Pot: 14 cm.
The variegated shape of E. subsessilis has characteristic yellow areas in the points where chlorophyll is absent, never the same from one specimen to another, which is why each plant is unique and therefore highly sought after by collectors. It is a succulent with a rosette shape, generally solitary, which over time can also cling to the base. Its fleshy bluish-gray leaves take on a lighter color, due to the white powder that covers them . The leaves are oblong, ovate, longer at the base and have shades of pink along its edges. Thanks to compact form it is the perfect plant for creating wonderful bouquets.