Wonderful succulent not present in nature, but designed in nursery from the intersection of two different species of Echeveria to get a new exemplar absolutely original and that will certainly not go unnoticed. It has the typical compact rosette shape and tends to stay rather low and to expand horizontally. Its leaves are turgid, rather flattened, strongly wavy and enriched by rippled margins, so curled to resemble a floral bouquet. The foliar epidermis assumes pastel shades that change depending on the seasons and the growing conditions: its beautiful bluish-green fades towards pink margins, which accentuate up to make the entire rosette a reddish-intense violet when abundantly exposed to sunlight. Overall, E. 'Cupeno' is perfect to bring in your locations a timeless exotic charm!