Echeveria Raindrops


As Echeveria ‘Raindrops’ ages, the leaves develop blue-green bumps in the middle of each leaf towards the tip that look similar to raindrops, hence the name. Young plants often do not exhibit this trait which develops when the plant matures.

It is a solitary plant, up to 15 cm across, with pale green rounded leaves and pale reddish margins. It is one of smallest of the bumpy-leafed cultivars. Raindrops deepen in colour throughout winter (their dormant season) and can turn from a soft blue-green to deep pinks and purples on the leaf tips and bumps.

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