Echeveria goldmanii


This species, discovered in Mexico, is a small-headed offsetter. It is one of a few bushier Echeverias, making it a must for any collection!

Echeveria goldmanii features a main rosette that grows tall and similar to Crassula ovata, offsetting and branching, which is very unusual. The leaves are coloured green which can go gold under strong light levels and a distinctive red stripe around the leaf margins. During mid too late spring it produces multiple stems of tall flower stems all boasting these beautiful pink flowers.

Recommended in a pot or on your windowsill.

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SKU: A634-goldmanii Category:

Additional information


Gold, Red, Green

Growth Form

Clumping, Branching


Amber Zone

Light Aspect

Full Sun, Bright Windowsill, Full Sun Windowsill

Mature Size


Planting Location

Indoor, Pot, Wall, Rockery, Windowsill, Conservatory