Echeveria 'aquila' 10.5cm
Echeveria 'aquila' - Ετσεβέρια
Succulent not present in nature, but obtained in the nursery probably from the crossing of Echeveria cuspidata (to which owes the very pointed apex of its foliage) with another species probably larger, to obtain in fact a exemplar that tends to reach remarkable diameters with its compact rosette of elongated leaves, slightly concave and ending at the apex with microscopic blackish tips.
One of the strong points of the succulent is definitely the epidermis, which takes changing bluish-gray notes very peculiar; depending on the sun exposure and the season,
E. 'Aquila' is tinged with delicate pink shades along the edges, absolutely unique and extremely elegant, for a complex of harmony and refinement that will certainly not go unnoticed!