Echeveria rundellii
Echeveria rundellii
Thought by many to be one of the prettiest Echeverias, E. rundellii has small rosettes of blue leaves with tufts of bristles at their tips. It clumps readily spreading to form beautiful pan fulls then, seems to decide enough is enough, becoming untidy and has to be started again from cuttings. Although E. rundellii is the name in common use it is now considered to be a variety of E. setosa.

Photograph by : John Ellis

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