Common Names include: ENGLISH: Pulido’s echeveria RUSSIAN (Русский): Эxеверия пулидонис
Description: Echeveria pulidonis is a slow growing succulent with frosty blue spoon-shaped leaves outlined with rose-red margins. It has a very geometric form before the creation of his many offsets. In spring the bright yellow bell-shaped flowers tip arching reddish stems that bend over with the weight of the flowers. Stems: Very short up to 2 cm long and 1cm across. Roots: Short and fine. Rosettes: Apparently stemless,10 to 14 cm wide of many (25 or more) leaves. Though often seen as solitary, it will offset to form a good size clump over time. Leaves: Approx. 5 cm long and 1.5 cm broad, fleshy, ascending, oblong to ovate, incurved, tapering to the base, slightly concave above, convex below, bristle-tipped. light green, margins with a distinct red tip. The leaves take a characteristic purple-red tinge especially in time of drought and in winter. Inflorescence: Usually unbranched cymose, shaped like a “shepherd’s crook”. Flowers nodding, 10 or more to each one-sided raceme. Flowering-stalkup to 20 cm tall, reddish. Bracts 1.4-1.6 cm long. Flowers: Sepals to 6 mm long, triangular to ovate, pointed, spreading: corolla 9-10 mm, lemon-yellow, 5-sided. narrowing slightly at mouth. Blooming season: Spring—summer. Taxonomy: Echeveria pulidonis is placed in the series Urbiniae within the genus Echeveria. This series includes the nominate species, Echeveria agavoides, Echeveria elegans, Echeveria halbingeri, and Echeveria lilacina.
Echeveria Pulidonis can be quite beautiful when it is well-taken care of. This succulent type needs typical watering as the other succulents. The watering method is very important to keep your Pulidonis healthy. It should not sit on the water, and an excess amount of water should be avoided. The best way of watering is soak and dry method this succulent. Yet, the succulent should be controlled to avoid ovrwatering.