Echeveria 'Chris'


The especially chubby, lime green leaves of Echeveria 'Chris' form super tightly packed rosettes. In bright sunlight and cooler temperatures, each will be tipped in a line of pinkish-red, providing the perfect contrasting pop of color.  With each rosette reaching only 3-4 inches across, this small and readily offsetting succulent makes an ideal addition to any arrangement or rock garden – especially when paired with darker green varieties!

Like all Echeveria, 'Chris' requires plenty of bright light to maintain its vibrant coloration and compact growth form. Beyond this, its needs are simple – ample airflow, porous soil with great drainage, and thorough watering only when the soil is completely dry will have you well on your way to a happy, healthy plant. Be sure not to pour water directly into the rosette, where it may become trapped and cause rot. Furthermore, you must protect these dense and chubby leaves from frost during the winter months, lest they suffer from permanent scarring.

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    Plant Size & Appearance
    Plant sizing is based on the diameter of the nursery pot (2", 2.5", 3", 4" etc), not the plant itself. Plants may be slightly larger or smaller than the pot they are grow in depending on availability or time of year. While we do our best to ship plants as similar to those pictured as possible, please keep in mind that all plants are unique from one to the next, and display color, shape, and growth variation based on current environment, time of year, and other contributing factors. Please note that we ship our plants as dry as possible in the fall and winter months to prevent root rot or freezing. They will plump back up after planting!