Echeveria purple pearl

Purple is rarely this intense

Echeveria purple pearl’s leaves are a uniform shade of dark purple. If you place Echeveria purple pearl in the sun, the leaves of this succulent will become even more intense shade of purple. This succulent often develops a flower stalk in spring with a bunch of yellow, red or orange flowers.

Differs from the Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg in that Echeveria purple pearl is more vibrant and has bigger, thicker, more deeper, spoon shaped leaves.

 

USP:
  • A great combination of a intens purple color and roset shaped plant
  • Strong and elegant succulent
  • Stylish choice for a bright, sunny room and fits perfectly well in modern interiors

 

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.

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FAMILY Crassulaceae
GENUS Echeveria
SPECIES
gibbiflora
PLANT PATENT ‘Purple Pearl’ (Patent by OVATA)
TRADE NAME Echeveria purple pearl

This sparkling Echeveria is a genuine eye-catcher. Thanks to its intense purple colour, Echeveria purple pearl is the ‘crowning jewel’ in our ‘Pearls’ range.

CAREtips

Color: Echeveria’s are warmth and sun loving plants. If you place Echeveria in the sun, the leaves of this succulent will become even more intense in color.
Location: Echeveria’s are warmth and sun loving plants. If you place Echeveria in the sun, the leaves of this succulent will become even more intense in color.
Water: The plant only needs a little water and therefore can do without for a fairly long period of time. Once a month moderate watering, preferably from the bottom, is sufficient.
Intended for decoration and not for consumption.