a BIG difference
Both Echeverias are offsets from the same stock plant and looked virtually identical in early Summer. As the weeks progressed they (and the majority of my other g/h Echeverias) drifted downhillÂalmost to the point where I was tempted to toss them all. With not too much to loose I decided to gather a bunch of them and, easing them into full sun outside, leave them to the effects of the elements. That was probably very early September. They remained outside until a few weeks ago. The plant on the right was one that went outside. The one on the left stayed in.
All my Echeverias now look so much improved; but those that had the Âoutside vacationÂ are in my opinion far better looking.
BTW Â this plant is the NOID I have been referring to as ÂWartsÂ.