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Afterglow Echeveria

Echeveria 'Afterglow' is the result of hybridizing Echeveria cante x Echeveria shaviana, work done by Don Worth.  This drought tolerant succulent prefers well drained soil and full sun though it will tolerate part shade and will survive low temperatures in the mid 20's.  The deep orange-red flowers are produced on an erect inflorescence and frequently attract hummingbirds.  Photographs by Laurel Woodley

Echeveria cv. Afterglow forms silver-blue rosettes
Mass planting of the Afterglow Echeveria
Latin Name: 
Echeveria 'Afterglow'
Family Name: 
Crassulaceae
Place of Origin: 
Hort.
Bloom Time: 
Jul
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Garden Location: 
Parking Lot