Echeveria Pulidonis is a slow-growing flowering evergreen succulent plant from the family Crassulaceae. The plant hails from Mexico and commonly known as Pulido’s Echeveria. It has a slower growth rate compared to other Echeveria succulent plants.
Echeveria pulidonis is low growing reaching only 8” inches tall and 6” to 8” inches wide. It has curved stemless rosettes 4” to 5” inches wide with a cupping growth and a distinct red tip. Over time an established plant will grow to produce a good size clump. This evergreen succulent 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 where the bright yellow flowers force the reddish stems to arch over due to the weight of the flowers.