The Mexican Firecracker is a succulent endangered in the wild. However, the Firecracker is a common houseplant. It has become popular due to its unusual appearance and ease of care.
Echeveria has virtually no stem. The rosette of the plant is round. The leaves are also rounded. Short hairs cover the tips of dense leaves, which gives the plant an original look. The average Mexican Firecracker is 8 inches (20 centimeters).