New on the scene, this Echeverian heart-throb is sure to result in much heavy breathing and twitchy behavior before one actually has one in their grubby little paws! What a color!Lavender, rosy-purple with pink edging! Somewhat rounded, fleshy, pointed leaves create gorgeous fairly compact rosettes to 12" across. The more sun, the more color you get, though an equally stunning bi-color effect can be had where the outer leaves present as olive green around the purple center by growing in part sun. Salmony-pink flowers on 1' stems in Summer. Frost hardiness has not yet been determined, so do protect until further notice.Well-drained soil.