Rare Imported Korean Succulent.
AKA Echeveria Ivory. A very large rosette with a heavy coating of farina. This cultivar turns slight pink tips, which the color can be hidden when the farina thickens. It is a slow grower like many closely related Laui hybrids.
The Korean word “sang-a” translates to the English word for “ivory”. This cultivar was created by Chang-jo & Air Magic Nursery in 2011. Kwan-jae Park states in his description of the plant that it was named by one of his Chinese friends. Resembles in appearance to an E. Monroe, but typically grows thicker farina.
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