Echeveria pulidonis - This slow growing succulent has stemless rosettes to 4 to 5 inches wide of many (25 or more) fleshy incurved red-edged pale bluish-green leaves that are flat to slightly concave on the upper surface and rounded below with a distinct red tip.
Though often seen as solitary, it will offset to form a good size clump over time. In spring the bright yellow flowers tip multiple unbranched reddish stems that bend over with the weight of the flowers.
Plant in a well-drained soil in full sun to light shade - bright light enhances red edges.
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