Succulent: Plush Plant

Also known as Echeveria harmsii, this succulent, native of Mexico, is a beautiful addition to any garden. Its leaves and bright orange flowers are covered in a velvety soft layer, which makes this plant totally plush…and lush! It’s actually in the same container as my mother of pearl or ghost plant (also known as Graptopetalum paraguayense), whose leaves are trying to steal the spotlight! Part of the plush plant broke off, and like my other succulents, beautifully propagated from this accidental cutting after I placed it into a container and watered as usual.


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  1. I need one of these since my fav color is orange!!!

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