Echeveria ‘Parva’ is an old hybrid of Echeveria purposorum and rumoured Echeveria secunda ‘Pumilla’ by Eric Walther in 1959.
The leaves consist of similar markings found on its mother, Echeveria purposorum. It also features a very structural rosette and can grow very tall to create columns of spiky, short leaves. The plant feels and is very strong to the touch. This hybrid blooms in spring and the flowers are yellow of a bell-shape and appear on pink stems.
A very sculptural plant that’s easy to grow. It will grow perfect on a bright windowsill or in a terrarium.
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