Echeveria chihuahuensis (ech-eh-VER-ee-a chee-wah-wah-EN-sis) is a small and pretty member of the family Crassulaceae. Like all its cousins, it is often referred to as Hen and Chicks. It is also called Cats’ Claws.This compact succulent Echeveria has thick, fleshy leaves are in a rosette formation. The leaves are bluish-gray in color with a bright pink tinge around the edges.This perennial is a native of Chihuahua, Mexico in the Valley of the Rio Colorado. It thrives at an elevation of 2300 meters.