Echeveria Monroe is a small hybrid succulent from the Crassulaceae family and of unknown origin. The plant is popular with collectors because it is hardy and has a striking appearance. Also, one of the features of Echeveria Monroe is that it has a variety of bright shades, which are best manifested when interacting with sunlight and a warm climate.
Echeveria 'Monroe' is easily identified by its fleshy bluish-grey orange or red leaves that have a powdery coating on top, sharp edges, and form a large rosette up to 6 in (15 cm) high and wide.
The leaves grow densely, often cover each other, and change colors depending on the light level. Also, its ends acquire a strong texture and a bright pink, dark yellow, or red shade. Flowering usually occurs in the spring, followed by small white-pink flowers that are not very impressive.