This lovely Pollux succulent that form silver-grey rosettes and have wide leaves. The mature plants that are grown in bright sun can take up a slight lilac blush. The soft, pastel look on these wide, low rosettes is caused by a thick coat of farina.
"Plants are our friends."
Echeveria pollux is a rare fast growing evergreen succulent with rosettes of fleshy, obovate overlapping leaves with a purplish-grey tone. It develops a short stem with age and can produce flowers in spring.
The Echeveria Pollox is far and away, one of our most popular items. People can't seem to get enough of it.