Also known as Graptoveria ‘Topsy Debbi’ or Lavendar Spoon, this Echeveria Cupid has been stressed to pink perfection! It has long narrow leaves with little dimples at the tips. They are not as symmetrical as other Echeverias, but can get relatively large and propagate easily. The colors become more intense in cooler months. Echeveria Cupid is an intergeneric hybrid between Echeveria runyonii ‘Topsy Turvy’ and x Graptoveria ‘Debbi’.
This succulent is 2 inches in diameter.
USDA hardiness zone 9b to 11b: from 25 °F (−3.9 °C) to 50 °F (+10 °C).
Succulent will be shipped bare root.
*Despite our careful packaging leaves on some plants may separate during shipping. Please understand this is out of our control*
Plants ship bare root meaning roots are sparse and will need to be regrown. This listing is for the specimen you see photographed.
Most of my succulents have been grown in greenhouse conditions, and have been imported from overseas. These plants will require strong bright light and water every two weeks, allowing plants to dry thoroughly between watering to maintain vibrant coloration. In the summer, most succulents are dormant and change color. As the plant gets more stress and the seasons change, the plant will change color and hues. I am unable to control the plant changing color throughout the seasons.
IMPORTANT: Before ordering please understand that due to a lack of light and water during shipping, plants lose coloration or shrink due to dehydration. This is out of my control.
If you have any questions about care feel free to contact me.