Echeveria parva succulents form green rosettes with uplifted, tapered leaves that somewhat resemble artichokes. These leaves have pinkish-red tips and margins that disperse down each leaf for the perfect blushing color.
Echeveria is a desert succulent from the Crassulaceae family. ‘Parva’ means dwarf in Latin, so it makes sense that Echeveria parva succulents are a small variety. However, the rosettes are extremely dense, to the extent that they are compared to cabbages. The succulents also delight with golden, bell-shaped flowers on long stems. They are popular with both bees and hummingbirds. Parva offers unique coloring, with icy blue-green rosettes trimmed in blood red accents.