PRESALE Echeveria Runyonii cv
This next one looks suspiciously a lot like our last one, but this is the name the grower gave me for this. I know Runyoniis cvs can do crazy things. I had to look up what 'cv' meant. I'm always trying to expand my knowledge of these chubby little plants. My understand of what CV means is that it should be a true to cultivar bred species, but that the offspring is not behaving like what you would expect based on the parents. This type of weird mutation happens a lot with Runyoniis for some reason. They are very rarely true to type. I have two true Runyoniis in my collection (and I searched everywhere for them), but the offspring never ceases to surprise I guess. Here is a link to a mature Runyonii CV we listed over the winter. (And I know she is slightly more than the mature one we offered, her price is based on current market price from this particular grower, the profit we keep is the same). I cannot say this one will act the same way when she is mature, they are unpredictable, but there's more info on this link about Cvs in general. I thought it might be helpful to someone.
This little CV rosette is measuring in at just about 2" across. Like I said right now she looks very similar to the Cassyz we just listed, but in the winter you will be able to see a difference in the two.
Names given here are direct from the grower, I try to correct any mistakes I see, but some are hybrids and I don't always know. Pictures are provided by the grower. I know some are blurry, I apologize about that. We work with a grower that provides the exact same plant photographed. So, rest assured you are getting what is depicted.
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A little note about color intensity: Please note it is very cold in South Korea still and some of the hue intensity you see here may be related to cold stress and watering schedule (thirsty plants look the brightest). Sometimes the succulents lose a little bit of this color in transit and in warmer temps. Rest assured these photos have not been enhanced, but there is a slight possibility that once the succulent arrives the hue intensity may be slightly different, but the color intensity will return with colder temps and stress.
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