Echeveria pulvinata 'Frosty'
8th June 2006
There are a great many Echeverias in cultivation, and they are handed around freely, so they tend to lose ther names and identities, so it is nice to have one
that can be connected directly to a wild location. Coillected by Alfred Lau in 1980 at San Miguel, Maninaltepec, Oaxaca, Mexico. A wonderfully hairy form, made more white by the
absence of red pigment in the leaves that darkens the typical form.
13th July 2006
Left to its own devices it grows quite long and straggling stems, so it is worth cutting it back and rooting the tips regularly to fatten out the clumps.
4th April 2007
Clusters of small flame coloured flowers, the reverse of the usual arrangement with a yellow base colour and orange tips.
7th December 2008