Echeveria 'Compton Carousel'


Echeveria 'Compton Carousel' is a readily clumping variety bearing exceptionally patterned leaves, with rich blue-green ‘brushstrokes’ down the midline, surrounded by cream up to the margins. The nearly symmetrical rosettes have a relatively flat growth habit, and can each reach up to 5 inches in diameter. In high light and cooler temperatures, the more mature leaves of ‘Compton Carousel’ can even display a hint of pink, further lending to their unique look!

With its tendency to produce offsets quickly, ‘Compton Carousel’ is right at home in both container plantings or within the landscape, in climates above Zone 9. Regardless of where it resides, the key requirements for its care are bright light, porous soil, a well-draining pot, and thorough but infrequent watering. To further safeguard against issues such as rot, be sure that the plant receives ample airflow around its leaves and soil surface.

During the summer months, extremely tall inflorescences will rise above the plant, bearing clusters of orange and yellow blooms known to attract pollinators.

**Please Note: This plant is not available for wholesale**

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