Unique satin-like glow
Echeveria moon pearl is named after the moonstone. Moonstones come in all kinds of softly glowing hues. Greyish is the most common, but white, yellow, pink, and cream are also possible; all with a satiny sheen. Moonstone is a very attractive material for jewellery because of the way it shimmers when you move it about. Just like Echeveria moon pearl.
The Echeveria moon pearl has the properties of an Echeveria lilacina, but with a unique satiny color shine.
Born in Mexico
The Echeveria belongs to the family of the Crassulaceae and grows in the North-East of Mexico. This part of Mexico consists mainly of deserts with barren hilly landscapes. Here the Echeveria grows against a rocky background. Mexico is about 47 times larger than the Netherlands and because of the great diversity in landscapes the climate also varies greatly. This Echeveria is sometimes also called the rosette succulent and has the most divergent and amazing coloured leaves of all succulents.