Echeveria Jippon Moon River
This is a beautiful broad leaf frilly type with wide and open leaves. It’s broad white margins are complimented by a pale green mid rib.
I first saw this lovely plant on my first trip to Japan but it was several years before I could obtain some to import. It cost me $400 per head and then you have to pay for the import and quarantine costs making it a very expensive plant.
During the colder months or when stressed it can get red lines and marks on the leaves giving a great contrast with the white. This is a bit of a prize plant.
Echeveria Jippon Moon River is reasonably easy to grow and is very stable. It benefits from a head cut every 2-4 years as the stem gets taller. Most of the ensuing pups retain their variegation. I rate this as a 2-3 out of 5 of difficulty to grow. A great asset for the newer variegate fancier to cut their teeth on.
Plants for sale displayed in a 110 mm pot.
You will receive the same plant as in the photo's 3 or 4.
Plant for sale has some markings on the older leaves.