Pulido's Echeveria doesn't require much care but rewards its owner with beautiful foliage. It has blue-green leaves, which get red margins when exposed to enough sun.
Echeveria pulidonis, widely known as Pulido's Echeveria, is one of the slowest-growing succulent plants. This flowering succulent from the Crassulaceae family naturally grows in Mexico and Central America on stony soils at high altitudes. It is characterized by thick, cupping dark green leaves, pale greenish-silver in color with deeper red edges. The bloom time is in the spring months. The bright yellow flowers force the reddish stems to arch over due to the weight of the flowers.