Echeveria Secunda is probably one of the most common and hardiest of the many species and much used in the flower gardens. It is easily known by its small pale bluish-green rosette, the tips of the leaves being marked with red. In the summer it produces a one-sided arching cyme (inflorescence) to 30 cm in height, of nodding, urn-shaped red and yellow tipped flowers.
Size of plant: 10cm
Size of pot: 11cm
Light conditions: partial sun
Water: Allow 90% of the soil to dry out between waterings