Echeveria setosa var. oteroi
A variant of Echeveria setosa first collected in Oaxaca, Mexico in 1972.
Unlike most other setosa, this one is hairless. This plant starts out bluey-green but under strong light, the central rosette will brighten to almost yellow whilst the leaf tips and old leaves will go a striking red in colour. The bell-shaped blossoms and large and pink-yellow in colour. They come out on multiple spikes in late spring.
Unusually, the leaves are shaped like spoons, giving it an edge on texture for a succulent display.