These are kind of rare right now, as they are the first crop from seed-that-set-seed so we now know these are stabilized in horticulture. Also, they’re generally solitary so unlike other Mexican Echeverias they are harder to propagate and slower to grow what with all the powdery white coating.
In other words, they’re expensive. And yet they’re flying off the shelves. Must be because they’re beautiful and rare, an unbeatable combination in the horticultural trade. (Don’t let anyone know I’ve revealed these secrets to you.)
You can really see the relationship to the Dudleyas in this species.