Presale Echeveria Colorata Sp
Alternating between stock I had set aside for tonight and special requests now :) The next request I have is a Nuch, I think I have it, but I have not been able to confirm it just yet. Will let you know either way in the next listing!
This is one I had pulled aside for this list. It is a little dirty in the pics, but I think it's going to be gorgeous in person. I just want to buy this grower a duster, lol! So, she measures approximately 2" across.
I have been listing these as 'Haworthia Attenuata,' which is the name that the grower gave me, however succulents.and.clay has recently corrected me -- and I agree with her, I have been suspicious of these being labeled as a 'haworthia,' but I trust what the grower tells me, however sometimes there is a language barrier. Either way these are STUNNERS. I know these are a hybrid of some type, the parentage is just unclear to me. I've seen a few of these in person now and I can tell you I'm going to hoard a few for my collection in the very near future.
This succulent measures approximately 1.5" across. There is a little feather on it, hopefully you can look past that. These are gorgeous in person!
Please be a little patient with me as I work through your texts to see if I can match any requests to what I have ordered up.
This is a new hybrid I saved just for this list. The grower called this one 'Pink Lara'. She measures just about 2" across the rosette. She has beautiful rosey hues with a lovely contrasting grassy green center.
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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