xPachyveria

Sodalis

Parentage : Echeveria specx Pachyphytum bracteosum

Synonyms :

Echeveria x sodalis Bgr.,

Pachphytum x sodale Rose

Pachyphytum bergerianum 

Echeveria x bergeriana Hort.. 

First described by A. Berger in Gartenflora 53: 200 - 206, 1904 :

Sedum – Cotyledon – Echeveria – Diotostemon    sodalis      A. B.

 

Stem short and thick, almost 3 cm in diameter.

 

Leaves up to 15 – 20 in shape of a rosette, curved, lanceolate-spathulate, 9 cm long, almost 3,5 cm wide in the upper quarter, blunt with short mucro, turgid and with blunt margins, light grey, reddish tinged.

 

Inflorescence 40 – 50 cm long, slender, pendent, with few lanceolate bracts, bi- or trifurcate, pedicels 7 mm long

 

Sepals very unequal, linear-lanceolate, 10 – 15 mm long, 5 mm wide at base.

 

Petals lanceolate triangular acuminate, keeled, at base bulbous, with two tiny appendages; recurved, thin red striped. Carpel conical, style reddish. 



Fig. Nr. 29

1.     Habit (1:2)

2.     Leaf  (1:1)

3.     Sepal  (1:1)

4.     Petal (side view)  (1:1)

5.     Petal inside  (1:1)

6.     Carpel  (1:1)

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Published by E. Walther in Echeveria Hybrids, CSJ US 6: 53 - 56, 1934, as 

x Pachyveria sodalis (Berg.) EW





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