The GOOD, The BAD and The UGLY SALE! Echeveria Galaxy
Please remember these plants are not perfect, which is why they are being offered at a significant discount. Some are good, some are bad and some are ugly and will be good for propagation. Please make sure you take the time to read the description thoroughly, we sincerely try to be as honest and upfront as possible. If your GBU plant dies within the first 30 days we would be happy to issue store credit. Photos were taken on Sunday, August 18th, 2019.
I almost kept this one for my collection, but who I am kidding? With my workload I can only manage a meager collection at the moment and I'd rather share this oddity. What I like about this one is her egg shape, it's unusual for succulents to maintain a globe. This cultivar looks promising in that regard. We imported 12 of these and this was the most open one we had, I saved her back for me (I always try to send you guys the best of the best when I can). But, I know the fall will be busy and I should try to cut back on what I save, so this is the last one of these and I doubt we'll see them again. They remind me so much of a smaller cultivar that was a one-off from a farm called 'Poeta,' it's like a larger form of those.
This one is different from a lot of what we list. Again, she was the worst of 12 (if I keep anything for me it's always the worst of a lot). But, this one needs to be loved and shared. She's unique. She still maintains her egg-shape, but I haven't planted her yet and she's thirsty. She has some thick fresh root starts and should plump back up in no time.
Her globe measures in at about 2.5" across. She's a little soft from dehydration, but nothing that worries me. The last photo are the grower photos from when she was perfect.
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