Intereting succulents that are living rosetted sculptures with a soft blend of greens, grey, pink, reds, blues and purple hues; which are perfect for windowsills and rock gardens. Place in full sun, but can be grown indoors in bright light. Protect from frost. Drought resistant and easy to grow. Truly A Must Have!!
This heavily rosetted type has grey-green leaves, with the leaf ends tipped with maroon on the margins. Striking yellow flowers on long stalks add an extra attraction to the succulent.
This Echeveria has v-shaped leaves-like a kayak, which stands verticle, bending back on themselves towards the top, which all are turquiose-green in colour. Overall shape is a rounded dome, getting taller with age.
One of the nicest of the Echeveria, metallica is a tight rosette of smooth spoon-shaped leaves of pink and blue-grey hues. Compliment this type with a lustrous pot, and crystals or ornamental stones covering the soil, to intensify any windowsill or table...
This one has army-green leaves which are contrasted by strongly coloured maroon margins and lines running along the leaves. Give it suffient water in spring and summer, but try to keep it dry in winter. Will grow in light shade indoors, but it can branch it's way to 50cm (20 inches), so trim it down to a desireable size.
Leaves are kite-shaped, of which lower/older ones being dark purple with hints of soft purple, and upper/new leaves are a striking purple-pink colour.
Compact type with sharply-wavey frilley flattish leaves, the lower older leaves are rosey-purple and newer leaves are a soft turquoise-green colour. Perfect for smaller containers as this Echeveria is small and neat.
These leaves are attractively swollen, just like a tear-drop, of which the lower leaves are turquoise and the upper leaves take on a soft rosey purple. Flower petals are bicoloured with purple-red interiors and pink margins. A large Echeveria, about a 30 x 30cm mound, with the overall effect conveying soft bubblegum-colours on smooth shapes-the right pot-plant for a baby's room.
Furry yellow-green leaves with distinct marron tips, but upper leaves takes on a uniform soft green, and are narrow and sword-like. Flower petals have a soft orange shade.
A dense furry rosette, which consits of lower leaves being golden-green, and the upper leaves are a soft green. The flowers are born on long pedicles, and quite notebly an intense crimson with soft orange interiors.
Can get quite big with a branching habit. Lower leaves are a peach colour, upper leaves are maroon with the leaf bases taking on a peppermint-green, but the majority of the foliage is marroon, especially when older.