Echeveria derenbergii: Painted Lady

Echeveria derenbergii [Painted Lady] is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae, endemic to Mexico.

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Echeveria derenbergii is an evergreen perennial succulent, growing to 10 cm [4 in], with a dense basal rosette of pagoda-shaped, frosted, bristle-tipped, fleshy leaves. It bears racemes of bell-shaped yellow flowers with “painted” red tips in winter.

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Echeveria derenbergii is cultivated as an ornamental plant, for rock gardens, and as a potted plant. Like other Echeverias, it rapidly produces a colony of small offsets which can be separated from the parent plant.

Photos: Gardens by the BaySingapore, 20130124

Source: Wikipedia

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