Yellow Echeveria
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Yellow Echeveria
P Introduced Photo: Gary Thingnam
Common name: Yellow Echeveria, Pulido's Echeveria
Botanical name: Echeveria pulidonis    Family: Crassulaceae (Sedum family)

Yellow Echeveria is a slow-growing fleshy herb that forms stemless rosettes of fleshy, pale green to bluish-green leaves with reddish-brown edges and tips. The rosettes grow up to 9 cm in diameter, producing offsets to create a clump over time. Leaves are obovate, flat to slightly concave on the upper surface, and rounded below. They are up to 5 cm long and 1.5 cm wide. The flowers are bright yellow, up to 1 cm long, with at tip strongly recurved petals, and appear on reddish, unbranched, up to 18 cm long stems that bend over their weight in spring. Yellow Echeveria is native to Mexico, cultivated as a pot succulent worldwide.

Identification credit: Tabish Photographed in cultivation in Imphal, Manipur.

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