Hardy to USDA Zone: 10a
- Size: Over 6″ wide
- Foliage: Greenish white, glaucous
- Flower: Rose pink
Propagation: Stem cuttings, leaves, seed, offsets
Light: Full sun, bright shade
Water: Drench & Dry
Soil: Gritty, mostly inorganic, quickly draining
- Origin: Mexico
Echeveria simulans gets its name from its similarities to Echeveria elegans. Another name for it is Echeveria elegans var. simulans .
Echeveria simulans has larger rosettes and larger, thinner leaves compared to E. elegans. The rosettes are also flatter and edges can be ruffled.
Echeveria simulans is one of the harder to find species, so if you see one for sale, snag it for your collection!