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Echeveria etna

Echeveria etna
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Succulent hybrid Echeveria cv 'Etna' is a large cabbage type Echeveria hybrid which forms large rosettes up to 10"-12"+ ...(
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Bloom Size: large bract with small blooms

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Full Description: Succulent hybrid Echeveria cv 'Etna' is a large cabbage type Echeveria hybrid which forms large rosettes up to 10"-12"+ inches in diameter with lime green, burgundy and frosty violet blue leaves that have heavy wart looking caruncles that form many raised bumps in the middle of individual stems. The foliage of this variety varies greatly depending on season winter to summer, displaying bluish colors to pink at times. This variety has unusual and very interesting growth. Easy to grow.

More Info. : Echeveria cv 'Etna' has its origins from Echeveria gibbiflora v. carunculata, found in Mexico which was the first Echeveria that had caruncles. Denise Manley used 2 hybrids that Dick Wright had created as parents to hybridized cv 'Etna' ; Echeveria 'Mauna Loa' X Echeveria 'Barbillion'.

Echeveria cv 'Etna' was named after the most active and violent volcano in all of Europe. Sicily’s Mt. Etna has been active for over a million years and is still erupting today. The word ‘etna’ is derived from the phoenician word meaning “furnace”. The volcano Etna is located near the City of Catania in Sicily, Italy, below is a picture of an eruption in winter.

Etna volcano
( Above: Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy at 10,922 ft elevation ).

Care : Good draining soil, full to part shade. Water when dry.

Offered as : A small plant to U.S. locations only, or can be picked up at our walk in nursery location, see link below for more info.

Established 2 to 3 gallon rooted plant(s) may also be available for shipping within the U.S. only or for pick-up as most are very large, so sorry but no international shipping of large plants.

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