Echeveria pilosa

Echeveria pilosa

Echeveria pilosa is a succulent plant.
Echeveria pilosa flower  BAS Botanical garden,Bulgaria,Echeveria pilosa,Geotagged,Spring

Appearance

The structure is characterized by the formation of rosettes, and it has a height of 15cm and width of 15cm.
It is polycarpic, which means that it is able to set seeds and flowers for several years across its entire lifetime.
It is a green echeveria. It has green leaves and they have white hairs.
The raceme can grow up to 30cm. It has yellow and orange flowers.
Echeveria pilosa  BAS Botanical garden,Bulgaria,Echeveria pilosa,Geotagged,Spring

Naming

The name derives from the fact that it is a hairy flower.

Distribution

It has its origin in Mexico (Puebla).

References:

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Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
DivisionAngiosperms
ClassEudicots
OrderSaxifragales
FamilyCrassulaceae
GenusEcheveria
SpeciesEcheveria pilosa
Photographed in
Bulgaria