Echeveria 'Giant Blue Curls' is a fast-growing succulent hybrid of the Echeveria family, and its origin remains unknown. There is an opinion that the variety was created by the famous breeder Harry Butterfield or Frank Reinelt, but it is impossible to verify this statement. The plant is popular in many countries because it has a beautiful appearance and pleasant colors.
Echeveria 'Giant Blue Curls' can be easily identified by the rosette arrangement of the leaves, which have a green-blue color with pink edges. The leaves are covered with powder that protects them from the sun, curl inwards and along the edges and become more expressive as the plant matures.
Orange flowers that grow on a low stem, bloom in the spring, have the shape of small bells, and one rosette can grow 2-3 stems at the same time, the flowers on which are stored for up to 30 days.