(RESERVED FOR Kimberly Barnett) PRESALE Echeveria Bainesii, (Option 2)
**This is reserved for Kimberly Barnett** If you order this item and you're not Kim your order will be cancelled. Please be respectful of custom requests and if you have one of your own please click here for more information on how to submit your request to us.
Hey Kimberly! I have four Bainesii options for you to choose from :) Just let me know what you decide on and I will get an order in for you. The first three options are scheduled to be here on Monday.
Option 2 will measure in at about 3.75" across. She appears to be flawless, but does have a bloom stalk and these can grow rather fast in transit, so if you don't like bloom stalks you can either cut it or this one might be a pass.
Plant Name: Echeveria Bainesii, have also seen this advertised as Graptoveria Bainesii, but more often than not it's under the Echeveria section at our farms in Korea.
Size at Maturity: Most single rosettes will reach 3-4" across.
Stress colors: Can go more of an elephant grey over the summer, but will typically stress to shades of pink, intensity varies on the individual plant. Some will develop freckles and sun spots, which only add to the beauty of rosette. This cultivar can callous with abrasions, flaws will develop a thick scar. These are nearly farina-free and has a thick 'skin.'
Care Instructions: This cultivar is prone to rot in the winter if not protected from frost. Typical succulent care, no known special requirements. Will actively grow from late spring-late summer, will be semi-dormant in winter through early spring.
Cedar Creek Farmhouse Identification Number: 057408
Date Listed: 5.31.19
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