Mexican Gem is native to Mexico and has succulent leaves that form a stemless rosette. This species produces a silver-blue rosette that puts forth disproportionately long spikes of pink and yellow flowers in spring or summer. This plant is a wonderful clumping colonizer and develops off-shoot babies that spread and root where they touch soil, often giving them the name of tropical hens and chicks.
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- Botanical Name: ECHEVERIA Elegans
- USDA Zones: 9a,9b,10a,10b,11
- Water: Low
- Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
- Mature Height: 4"-6"
- Mature Spread: 3"-15"
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