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Mexecensis / Mexicensis  ‘멕센시스’ / ‘멕시센시스’

Described in : "Echeverias - A guide to cultivation and identification" by L. Carruthers and R. Ginns, 1973 :

"This is a most attractive, small growing variety, closest perhaps to E. desmetiana.

It is stemless, with a close rosette of many spatulate leaves each with a pronounced mucro. They are pale blue tinged with mauve edges and mucros and with a whitish bloom.

Inflorescence is a single cincinnus, flowers pale pink, tapering to the tip, interior orange yellow, hardly open, 18 mm long, usually 9 in number."

Photo Bev Spiller

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