Forever Blooming (Echeveria Perle Von Nernberg)

Succulents have some of the most vibrant and beautiful foliage on plants available today. Colorful flowers can add a lot to a garden, but succulents can add that and more. More and more people are replacing annual, and even perennial, flower beds with vibrant succulents. Also, the succulents, which never go out of color, require substantially less water. Use echeverias for some splashes of color, or for entire designs, to brighten an area up and save on your water bill. “Painting with echeverias” is becoming more and more popular as the ability to create something colorful that will last is more and more appealing. Echeveria ‘Perle Von Nernberg’ is an easy to use succulent and possibly one of the most colorful. Described by the International Succulent Institute as one of the most beautiful plants one can grow. It also has the ability to be applied to a number of gardens, tolerating moderate frost, regular irrigation, full sun, shade, and container gardens. Succulents, low maintenance, colorful, and fun.

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