Echeveria tolimanensis is found in the Barranca de Toliman outside of Zimapan in Hidalgo, Mexico. These cute, stemless plants have beautiful blue to purplish leaves with a powdery white coating that is easily rubbed off, so take care when handling this delicate plant. In habitat, they grow out of sheer, vertical rock faces, hanging on with all their might. Bright red-orange flowers have golden yellow tips and appear in late spring and early summer. These will appreciate some shade in the low and intermediate desert regions of the southwestern U.S. and definitely need frost protection in the winter.