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Cotyledon glauca Baker
Refug. Bot. (Saunders) 1: t. 61 1869

= Echeveria secunda var. glauca (Baker) Otto
Hamburger Garten- Blumenzeitung 29: 9 1873

Accepted Scientific Name: Echeveria secunda Booth ex Lindl.
Edwards's Bot. Reg. 24(Misc.): 59 1838

Cotyledon glauca (Echeveria secunda var. glauca) Photo by: Carolina González


See all synonyms of Echeveria secunda
Accepted name in llifle Database:
Echeveria secunda Booth ex Lindl.
Edwards's Bot. Reg. 24(Misc.): 59 1838
Synonymy: 19

Common Names include:
ENGLISH: glaucous echeveria
RUSSIAN (Русский): Эxеверия сизая

Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Echeveria secunda group

  • Echeveria secunda Booth ex Lindl.: has clustering pale bluish-green rosette. The inflorescence is a one-sided arching cyme to 30cm tall, with urn-shaped red and yellow tipped, nodding flowers. Distribution: Mexico.
  • Echeveria secunda var. byrnesii (Rose) Poelln.
  • Echeveria secunda var. glauca (Baker) Otto: has thinner leaves, to 2 cm across, more glaucous, scarcely keeled, almost flat, truncate to rounded, distinctly flaccid and still a lighter more glaucous-blue.
  • Echeveria secunda var. major hort.: is a larger mealy form of var. glauca.
  • Echeveria secunda var. pumila (Van Houtte) Otto: is a smaller form, with leaves to 1.5 cm across, narrow, thin and scarcely keeled, almost flat and acute that are of the colour of var. major.

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