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Pachyphytum is a genus of slow-growing succulents in the family Crassulaceae, native to Mexico. They form loose rosettes of plump and fleshy leaves that range in color from green to lovely orange and even purple. Plants may be grape-shaped or tubular and may have a powdery coating called farina. Pachyphytums forms small, bell-shaped flowers in spring and summer, usually greenish-white and deep red, and grow on long spikey inflorescences. The rosettes will not die after flowering. The genus name Pachyphytum comes from the Greek for "thick leaves." The plants grow in both shrub-forming and stemless rosettes and eventually form clumps.