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‘Hen and Chicks’. A fast growing, clump-forming succulent with rosettes to 20cm in diameter. Grey-green leaves. Masses of orange/pink flowers in summer. Great for spill-over plantings. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria secunda ssp. pumila
A slow growing, clump-forming succulent with rosettes to 10cm in diameter. Grey-green leaves. Masses of orange/pink flowers in summer. Part sun/light shade.
Chunky rosettes of mid-green leaves offsetting to form large clumps. The leaves are edged in fine white hairs. Sun / part sun.
Echeveria setosa v ciliata
A fascinating smaller species with closely packed deep green leaves edged in silvery hairs. Orange / yellow flowers. Part sun/light shade.
Echeveria setosa v oteroi
An unusual Echeveria with shiny deep blue-green leaves and concave triangular leaf tips. Red/yellow flowers in spring. Sun / part sun. ....detailed view
This unusual echeveria has compact rosettes of stiff green leaves to 10cm in diameter.
Develops red leaf margins when grown in the sun. Sun / part sun.
‘Mexican Hens’. A lovely species with short stemmed rosettes to 15cm across of blue-green leaves, with wavy pinkish coloured margins. Pink flowers in summer. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria shaviana 'Truffels'
Rounded silvery blue leaves form elegant compact rosettes to 15cm wide. Offsets freely to form dense mounds. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria 'Strawberry Paddle'
A beautifully shaped echeveria with silvery white-blue waxy leaves edged in pink. Rosettes to 15cm across. Offsets freely. Red flowers. (Mexico). Sun/part sun.
A beautiful cultivar with rosettes to 30cm across. Paler green/blue leaves edged in scarlet in the winter months. Sun/part sun.
A perfectly formed cultivar with pointed silvery grey leaves tipped with red. Rosettes to 15cm in diameter. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria 'Tom Allan'
Large silvery-grey rosettes to 15cm in diameter. Slow to offset. Sun / part sun.
Echeveria 'Topsy Turvy'
An unusual cultivar with almost tubular, distorted curly leaves of silver grey covered in a fine white powder. Offsets freely.Rosettes to 20cm. Large orange flowers appear in late summer. Sun/part sun.
A large cultivar with silvery blue leaves and undulating leaf margins. Forms loose open rosettes to 40cm across with long paddle shaped leaves. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria 'Violet Queen'
Exquisitely shaped rosettes to 20cm across with long silver leaves curled up slightly to form an open lotus shape. Leaves develop a mauve hue in winter. Offsets freely to form a dense clump. Sun/part sun. ....detailed view
Echeveria 'Virginia Lee'
Beautiful carnuncles when mature! Please note that these are not present on young plants. Click the camera icon above. Please note that
A delicate looking echeveria with silvery green longish leaves forming a rosette to 15cm wide. Offsets freely to form a dense mound. Sun/part sun.
A larger frilly hybrid with rosettes to 40cm wide. The leaf colour varies greatly with the seasons, from rich dark burgundy in winter to green or grey-brown in summer. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria unknown (1)
A chunky compact cultivar with lime green leaves tipped with red, offsetting freely to form dense mounds. Rosettes to 10cm. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria unknown (2)
Shiny pale green rounded leaves form this shrubby succulent. Height to 20cm. Offsets freely. Sun/part sun.
Rare Plants / Under Propagation
This section lists plants that are either rare and available only occassionally on our One of a Kind page, plants that are out of season or those being propagated to build up numbers for sale.
Echeveria 'Salsa Verde' (E caniculata x longissima)
If available, this plant will be listed here.
Echeveria 'Scott Haselton'
Echeveria secunda 'Clara'
Echeveria setosa v deminuta
aka Echeveria rundellii. A compact grower forming rosettes to 5cm across. Small chunky blue-green leaves with hairy tufts along the margins. Striking red/yellow flowers. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frills'
Echeveria shaviana v 'Blue Heron'
Echeveria 'Silver Queen'
Echeveria 'Sovereign Sands'
Echeveria 'Strawberry Hearts'
Echeveria subcorymbosa x lauii 026
A large species forming rosettes to 40cm across. Long green leaves developing a red margin in winter. This species is the parent plant to many of the larger echeveria cultivars. Sun/part sun.
Echeveria subsessillis (pink form)
Echeveria 'Toffee Apple'
Echeveria 'Tutti Frutti'
A highly variable cultivar with large rosettes to 15cm. Long spatulate leaves variegated in pale blue-green, mauve, pink and cream, covered in a silver waxy. Flowers are orange / pink. Sun/part sun.
Similar to Echeveria 'Perle von Nurnberg' but the leaves are a deep dusty pink. Rosettes to 15cm in diameter. Sun/part sun.