Echeveria texensis is a rosette-forming succulent with pale silvery-grey leaves that have pink tips. It is ideal for containers, rockeries, borders and garden beds. This Echeverria is a slow grower that does well with indirect sunlight.
Echeveria species is a desert succulent from the Crassulaceae family. It's sometimes called Hen and Chicks, although several species go by this common name and it can be difficult to tell these succulent plants apart. All echeverias grow in a rosette 2-6 inches (5-15 cm) across on short stems. The rosette has fleshy, blue-green leaves that become tinged with red when exposed to sun. Handle it with care because the leaves break off easily.