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Echeveria nuda

First Description by Lindley :

Foliis in caulem strictum altum sparsis obovatis apiculatis glabris obsolete carinatis, spica longa nuda terminali.

It has a tall erect stem covered with smooth obovate apiculate leaves, and terminated by a leafless spike of flowers, 8 or 9 inches long. They appear to have been crimson, but the dried specimens from which alone they are at present known have only their remains surrounding the fruit.


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