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|Origin||Mexico, South America|
|Watering Frequency||Summer only|
|Suitable for Bonsai||
Echeveria purpusorum is a species of succulent that is native to Mexico and South America. In its natural habitat it can be found growing in dry and quite hot areas.
It can grow up to 8 cm (3 inches) in height.
The rosettes of leaves are crowded, short and deep olive-green or spinach-green in colour, dappled with irregular small reddish-brown spots and striking pointed tips.
It produces delightful red-orange flowers in late spring.
This unusual and interesting plant will make a wonderful sight in your home.
- The species purpusorum is named the 19th century horticulturalists C. A. Purpus and J. Purpus