Echeveria agavoides 'Lipstick'


A member of the unique agavoides succulent family comprised of Echeveria that closely resemble their Agave relatives, Echeveria agavoides ‘Lipstick’ forms clumps of bright, apple green rosettes. The sharply triangular leaves feature bright red margins and a single spine on each leaf tip, stacked around the rosette in a star-like pattern. As each rosette can potentially reach up to 12 inches in diameter, ‘Lipstick’ makes the perfect high-contrast addition to temperate landscape plantings, or as a standalone specimen in a sunny indoor location.

To achieve its best growth and coloration, 'Lipstick' requires bright sunlight with ample airflow, which will help protect the plant from excess moisture and humidity. Further, porous soil with adequate drainage and a thorough but infrequent watering routine will round out ‘Lipstick’s care needs.

During the winter months, take steps to protect these fleshy leaves from frost, to avoid permanent scarring. As the weather warms in the spring and early summer, red blooms will emerge on tall stalks above the rosettes, adding further to ‘Lipsticks’ bright contrast.

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