Pachyveria Myrtilla (Echeveria Violescens)


A hybrid – Echeveria x Pachyphytum creates this very unique species, sometimes sold as an Echeveria in Australia and Asia. Flowers usually appear late summer to early Autumn. It is more prone to scale but not so much mealy bug. A well draining soil is recommended and the constant removal of water from the leaves as they are cup shaped, the water can remain there for days and create fungal disease and burning.

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