Echeveria purpusorum is a small succulent with tight, usually solitary rosettes that occasionally produce few offsets. This dark green succulent has red spots on its leaves. The leaves can be brown, green, or red depending on the amount of sunlight.
Echeveria purpusorum is a small slow growing and unusual species. This also is a plant usually known as an Urbinia. It has glabrous, stem-less, succulent rosettes, up to 6-8 cm in diameter and tall, it stay usually solitary but it can offset to form a dense clump. Its attractiveness lies in the beautifully speckled leaves; the ground colour of the leaves is a deep olive-green with grey-green or white-green spots and mottled with irregular markings of reddish-brown. A neat and charming little succulent.