Cultivating Echeveria secunda is a breeze for succulent enthusiasts. These plants are low-maintenance and propagate effortlessly. Also, they sport a beautiful blue hue, with the intensity varying throughout the year, deepest in warmer months and paling with red tips during winter.
Echeveria secunda, also called Blue Echeveria or Glaucous Echeveria, is a striking succulent known for its blue-green rosettes, its main identification features. As it matures, it reaches around 6 inches (15 cm) in both height and diameter. Native to Mexico, it features bluish-green leaves with pink or red edges and tips, along with charming plant blooms with red flowers in late spring, creating a unique appearance for any indoor or outdoor collection.