× Pachyveria genus. This genus consists of about 8 species of rosette forming succulents, the leaves are long fleshy and spatula-shaped, they are grey to bright green. The flowers are tubular and will open from late spring they are produced on wiry stems, they are orange, red-tinted yellow or purple. Give them full sun or partial shade and very well drained soil.
You should plant in light gritty, well-drained soil with full sun. They will tolerate occasional light frosts, You can propagate by replanting the rooted rosettes or from leaf cuttings.
Leaf or stem cuttings in spring or summer.
Prone to mealy bugs while flowering.
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