Beauty takes on new meaning when it comes to Echeveria lola. This ornate succulent shyly takes the center stage of showy plants. Its gray-blue leaves glow with the faintest hint of pink, or take on a greenish hue. The edge of each leaf has an intricate design resembling a curly bracket. Echeveria lola is a very common household succulent – and for good reason. Lola is a hardy plant that grows well in containers and landscapes. The farina on its leaves provides a marbled texture, adding interest to any garden. Not only is Echeveria lola alluring and tough, it’s low-maintenance. What else could you ask for in a plant?
Anth. Royal champion mixed
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