Echeveria agavoides Red Blush
These waxy apple-green leaves are tipped in red and will develop more of a blush with more sun exposure. This plant can get quite big - up to 1' across! However it will stay smaller if kept in a smaller pot. They are also more cold hardy than other Echeverias, able to handle temps down to about 15° F.
Your plant will be similar to the one in the photos.
Ships in a plastic pot with soil.
Not as picky about soil, store bought succulent mix is good, especially if you add some sand or perlite/pumice to make it drain a little better
Part sun, protect from hot afternoon sun
Let dry between watering, water deeply