Evergreen. 2 in. Sun to Shade.
Shattering Echeveria is only about two inches tall and up to 12 inches wide but has a unique flowering habit. In late spring to early summer many unbranched flower stems are produced that look like small versions of the main plant. As the pale orange flowers emerge, the stem leaves will fall off hence the term shattering. The leaves are pale pinkish grey-violet with a cream outline and the leaves that fall from the stems may become new plants. Leaf color is best with bright light but plants can handle shade. Likes occasional to infrequent watering.