Echeveria Nodulosa is a lovely succulent with deep green rosettes and bright red patterns on the leaves that give it a painted look. Echeveria with upright or spreading stems and many branches bearing rosettes of dull apple-green leaves with purplish-red markings on both surfaces and along edges. It's unusual that they're completely green.
Flowers are bell-shaped, rose-red in colour, with yellowish around the petal edges and tips. Because of the intense sunshine, the green leaves have colourful patterns, and the beautiful blooms emerge in the summer, keeping their hues and compact rosette form. They won't survive a strong frost, but if there's a chance of cold weather, bring them inside to grow on a sunny window sill or windowsill.