Echeveria Ruyoni Topsy Turvy Succulent is a rosette-shaped succulent that originates in Mexico. What makes this one different and unique from other rosette succulents is that the narrow, bluish-gray leaves are turned downward but the tips are turned upward making them look backward or “Topsy Turvy”. In late summer or early fall, orange to red flowers will rise above the foliage on long stems.
Most succulents are drought tolerant and this one is no exception. Echeveria Ruyoni Topsy Turvy can withstand extreme dry conditions but will develop better when watered periodically throughout the growing season. Like most succulents, watering needs are minimal and the soil needs to drain well. These tender plants do not like wet feet. If left sitting in water, rot can occur which will then attract bugs and add to the problem.
Spacing: Plant 9″ to 12″ apart.
Height: Grows 4″ to 8″ tall.
How To Grow: Plant in full sun.
Outstanding Features: Topsy Turvy is fast growing.
Tips: Do not overwater. Overwatering can cause rot.
Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Borders, Landscapes, Rock Gardens, and Xeriscapes.