This little echeveria tends to stay a lovely shade of light pale yellow, with ever-so-slight blushing on the oldest leaves when stressed. New growth from the center comes in an icy green. The farina on this species is chalky (allowing you to see a lot of the plant's natural shading while maintaining a good layer of farina everywhere. The farina is just deposited heavier in some places than others for a 'chalky' appearance). The rosettes have stayed pretty compact in our collection, but may open up in part shade to let in more light.
You will receive the exact plant pictured. Colors can vary on monitors/devices and due to lighting conditions at the time of photography, but we try to represent the true color as accurately as possible. Stress impacts color significantly. So, the plant you receive may change somewhat from the time these pictures were taken to when you receive it, just depending on how it travels, but it should revert back to a color similar to what is shown in the listing photo.
I forgot to take a picture against the tape measure, but the measurements listed here are accurate. This succulent measures just at 2" across and is about 1" tall. Sparse roots due to strict import requirements. Please do not fret, as these root very easily and if you would like care/info for what to do when you receive it please click here if you need rooting instructions.
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