Echeveria Topsy Turvy Tissue Culture


Echeveria Topsy Turvy Plant is a perennial vine or ground cover commonly found in fields, borders, along roads, railway lines, fencing, and other vegetation in and around fields and flats. It is often mixed with other herbs and grasses. The name Echeveria was given by the Latin poet Ovid, but it was called Echieverie in France and England, which according to the authorities, was named after the city of Achieving, a small town in the Southwest of England. Turvy is the scientific name for the plant, which is in the buttercup family, Labiatae of the Romans.

The Echeveria Topsy Turvy Plant has thick green leaves, a large number of which are long and pendulous. The flowers usually appear in April and May, after which the plants grow to about 4 feet tall and dark green. As the plant matures it changes from a bright blue color to purple color. The plant grows well-drained soil, rich soil, with lots of sunlight, not too much to well-drained.

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