Hold your cursor over the photo for a larger image.
‘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.
Rounded silvery blue leaves form elegant compact rosettes to 15cm wide. Offsets freely to form dense mounds. Sun/part sun.
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.
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 'Worfield Wonder'
A chunky compact cultivar with lime green leaves tipped with red, offsetting freely to form dense mounds. Rosettes to 10cm. Sun/part sun.
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 (2)
Shiny pale green rounded leaves form this shrubby succulent. Height to 20cm. Offsets freely. Sun/part sun.
This section lists plants that are part of our regular stock but have temporarily sold out. They will appear in the above section and on the 'What's New?' page when they are ready for sale.
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.
Unavailable as yet
This section lists plants that are either rare and available only occasionally on our One of a Kind page, or those that are currently 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 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 'Truffels'
Echeveria shaviana v 'Blue Heron'
Echeveria 'Silver Queen'
Echeveria 'Sovereign Sands'
Echeveria 'Strawberry Hearts'
Echeveria 'Strawberry Paddle'
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'
Echeveria 'Virginia Lee'
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.
Echeveria unknown (5)
Similar to Echeveria 'Perle von Nurnberg' but the leaves are a deep dusty pink. Rosettes to 15cm in diameter. Sun/part sun.