2.5" Sedeveria 'Letizia'
The original cross was believed to have been made by Fred Wass (well known hybridizer from England). Echeveria setosa v. ciliata was crossed with Sedum cuspidatum to create Sedeveria 'Letizia'. 'Letizia' forms lime green rosettes, with small leaves tipped in red. During cold weather, lime green leaves can blush intensely red. Flowers are Sedum like and are white, sometimes blushing a pale pink. Prefers porous soil with excellent drainage. Water thoroughly when soil is dry. Is considered slightly more cold tolerant; is reputed to handle 21F if kept dry, but to prevent possible scarring, protect from frost.