Echeveria is a popular plant that is usually grown in Great Britain as a houseplant, so it is ideal for a windowsill and can decorate beautifully. As for larger versions of the plant, they can be grown in a greenhouse. The Pearl of Nurnberg blooms in summer and is prized for its beautiful foliage.
This succulent, originally from Mexico, has dense rosettes with pointed tips. They can have a gray, lavender, or pink color. The leaves grow up to 25 cm (0.8 ft) tall and can reach 20.5 cm (0.6 ft) wide, and the stems are red, and next to them bloom flowers resembling bells. This Echeveria is often used to decorate wedding bouquets. The plant is hardy and can survive cold conditions down to -3°C (26˚F).