What is the plant
Here are some details that my fellow succulent nerds might appreciate: The Echeveria Imbricata “Blue Rose” is one of the older succulent varieties around. A member of the echeveria genus, the E. Imbricata is a hybrid (E. Secunda “Glauca” var E. Gibbiflora “Metallica”) cultivated in the 1870s by Jean-Baptiste DeLeuil of Marseille. Yesterday’s gardeners referred to Imbricata as “hens and chicks”, a fitting name since the Imbricata readily multiplies, offsets growing in tight clusters around the mother plant. Besides being prolific the Imbricata is hardy (it can handle short durations of as low as 20ºF), is low maintenance and undeniably beautiful.
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