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Silveron Red ‘실버 온 레드’

Originated: Dick Wright, California, 1966.




Established : Carruthers & Ginns, Echeverias - A guide to cultivation and identification: 99f, t.35. (before June) 1973.

Nomenclatural standard: Photo by Dick Wright in Carruthers & Ginns, Echeverias - A guide to cultivation and identification: t.35. 1973. Designated here and shown above.

First description : This is one of the more distinct hybrids. It forms a stem slowly topped by a 25cm. rosette of up to 20 leaves, which are broadly spatulate, upturned with a distinct keel, the colour is dark red with an overlay of bloom making them appear silvery, the leaf margins are crenate and edged bright red.




Photos Bev Spiller


At Huntington Botanical Gardens :



HBG's spelling is 'Silver on Red' : Rich burgundy leaves with undualte margins.




Photos Eria Wei




Not the original plant but a seedling of the same batch :




Source : Dick Wright's Nursery
Photos Nisa Young Totally_Succulents



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