These beauties seem to have the perfect blend of light green gray rosettes, faded into a daffodil tinge and finished off at the tips in a lipstick pink. Its "pudgy" baby cheek leaves of course come from its Sedum side. The flirty coloring and bright flowers comes from its parent hybrid, Echeveria derenbergii, grown for its ornamental value.
If it could get any sweeter, some even have a faint smell of vanilla!
Current batch is LAST 3 photos.