Shines like a pearl

The pearls from OVATA are strong and colourful. Through sustainable cultivation we preserve the intense colour and unique shape of each echeveria.

 

The Echeveria belongs to the Crassulaceae family and grows in north-eastern Mexico. This part of Mexico consists mainly of deserts with arid, hilly landscapes. Here the Echeveria grows against the rocky ground.

Echeveria’s survive by absorbing the morning dew, which lands in the heart of these succulents. Every droplet resembles a shimmering jewel in the rising Mexican sun. This is the reason why they are called pearls. Get to know this plant full of colours and in many variants.

 

To see our current assortment go to:

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The pearls assortiment

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Echeveria

agavoides

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Echeveria

green pearl

‘GREEN PEARL’

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Echeveria

lilacina

Echeveria-spoon-pearl
Echeveria

spoon pearl

‘OVPEARLS01’

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Echeveria

indigo pearl

‘OVGRPP’

Echeveria-pulidonis
Echeveria

pulidonis

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Echeveria

curly pearl

‘OVCRAS04’

Echeveria-setosa
Echeveria

setosa

Echeveria

moon pearl

‘OVPEARLS02’

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Echeveria

purple pearl

‘PURPLE PEARL’

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Echeveria

topsy turvy

Echeveria_chihuahuensis_pink pearl
Echeveria

chihuahuaensis

Pachyveria-scheideckeri
Pachyveria

scheideckeri

= variety is protected. ® = Registered Trademark.

pearls concept

Shines like a pearl

Our pearls really come to life in the pearls concept: an attractive decoration for more success on the shop floor.

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CAREtips

The pearls like a sunny spot, but half shade is no problem either. As a result, the plant can be placed anywhere in your house: from the south-facing window sill to the bathroom. In the summer months, the Echeveria can be placed outside on a sunny terrace or balcony. The plant has little need for water and can therefore do without for a long period of time. Watering it moderately once a month, preferably at the bottom, is sufficient. More information about the Echeveria can be found here.