Echeveria Topsy Turvy New release Echeveria
Echeveria Topsy Turvy is a mutation of Echeveria Runyonii. Mutations happen in the plant world quite often. In the case of Topsy Turvy, the straight leaves warped in on themselves down the middle and further curled upwards.
It is quite common to see even more mutated Topsy Turvys with the leaves completely joined at the edges, creating a tube like leaf. Echeveria Tospy Turvy is also prone to cresting. The colour is usually gray blue with a good dusting of the sun protective Farina.When Echeveria Topsy Turvy is repotted regularly it can reach to about 20cms in diameter. Thanks to its clumping habit, the Topsy Turvy can create extensive carpet of warped rosettes and is quite prolific with its offsets as well.
Flowers appear on a tall, thick stalk in winter and are pinky-orange.
- Full sun.
- Medium wind tolerant.
- Requires frost free site or indoors.
- Grows to a height of 10 centimetres (approx).
- Manages an indoor situation.
- Requires little moisture and is drought tolerant.
- Enjoys a sheltered courtyard situation for mature tree size.
- Excellent specimen for covered courtyard.
- Happy with life in a pot
- Prefers a warm temperature.