Echeveria lilacina is a medium-sized, slow-growing species forming a flat rosette with a "rosebud" shape. The leaves are spoon shaped with a fine point and silvery-grey almost white with a pearlescent blue hue. They may take a delicate blush of lilac or purple in full sun. The pale pink to pale orange or coral red blooms are very showy, and emerge on reddish, arching, relative short stems.
Americas - North America
Native to Mexico, where they grow in rocky outcroppings on mountain slopes, never allowing the plants to become waterlogged.