Harry Butterfield

Echeveria 'Harry Butterfield'


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Grown for its impressive foliage colour, Harry Butterfield is a mint green succulent which features cascading stems with fleshy, teardrop-shaped foliage. With a trailing habit, stems terminate in clusters of tubular, pale yellow, showy flowers that attracts hummingbirds. Preferring full sun to partial shade, this very easy care stonecrop can however easily tolerate too much sun or too little water, provided it is given excellent drainage in pots.

Also known as Super Burro’s Tail, this unusual small perennial succulent is a hybrid named by Dick Wright though its origin is unknown. Its parentage is Sedum morganianum and Echeveria derenbergii and it is more robust and has larger rosettes than its parents but it inherits its overall smaller quality from E. derenbergii and its trailing quality from S. morganianum.


130 mm pot, Cutting