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2 years later, and I have a 3" plant.
Now that its our of dormancy it looks pretty normal. But when it gets stressed, it forms pink edges. Unfortunately I don't have a pic of it in the stressed stage.
Also that zwartkop you see in the background are actually propagations from the seed parent.
Growing Aeoniums, Echeveria, Sempervivum, Dudleya, Crassulas, Sedums, and Haworthias in the Bay Area CA. USDA zone 9a