Echeveria Neon Breakers (ech-eh-VER-ee-a nee-AHN BRAY-curs) are excellent houseplants. These brilliantly colored, easily grown perennial succulents are also a good choice for many garden settings. You may also hear this
Agave stricta is an evergreen succulent plant native to Puebla and Oaxaca in Southern Mexico. The name agave stricta (a-GAH-vee STRIK-tuh), translates into [noble, handsome] [Erect, upright]. Stricta belongs to
The Purpusorum Echeveria is an attractive, rosette-shaped perennial succulent plant with a compact growth habit. They hail from Central America, Pueblo, and Oaxaca Mexico, and Texas. This type of Echeveria
With so many types of Echeveria succulents, its easy care and variety of different colors, shapes, and sizes – they are fun to grow and collect. Click this article for details on the many Echeveria types for your home.
Echeveria Setosa also known as the Mexican Firecracker, is a fuzzy plant, with urn-shaped flower and yellow tips. The Fire Cracker plant grows in clusters with fragrant blossoms that attract hummingbirds. Click this article for details on growing the Setosa Echeveria firecracker succulent.
Agave Colorata (a-gaw-vee Kol-oh-ray-tuh), also known as Ash Agave or Mescal Ceniza. This Agave plant is a small, shrublike broadleaf evergreen perennial in the Asparagaceae family. This rosette-forming succulent agave
Agave filifera (a-GAH-vee fil-LIF-er-uh) is a clump-forming member of the family Asparagaceae (a-SPARE-uh-gay-see-eye). Hailing from central Mexico, this perennial succulent is very similar Agave schidigera (a-GAH-vee ski-DEE-ger-ruh. You can tell
The “Painted Lady Echeveria” known botanically as Echeveria derenbergii (ech-eh-VER-ee-a der-en-BERG-ee-eye) is a perennial evergreen succulent. There are about 140 different Echeveria species, all belonging to the Crassulaceae (krass-yoo-LAY-see-ee) family
Furcraea foetida (fer-KREE-uh FET-uh-duh) is an evergreen flowering plant from the family Agavaceae now the Asparagaceae family. It hails from northern South America and the Caribbean. However, Furcraea is cultivated
Echeveria nodulosa [ech-eh-VER-ee-a nod-yoo-LOH-suh] is another stunning succulent plant. The green leaves display colorful markings, and the bright flowers arrive in the summer. An evergreen succulent Echeveria native to Mexico, “nodulosa”
Agave angustifolia [a-GAH-vee angustifolia] is a member of the Agavaceae family and is native to Costa Rica, Central America, and Mexico (Sonora). This evergreen succulent plant is a monocarpic perennial. You
Echeveria agavoides [ech-eh-VER-ee-a, ah-gav-OH-id-eez] is a flowering succulent plant producing colorful flowers with dark yellow tips from the genus Echeveria. Agavoides like many Echeveria succulent plants come from the rocky
The Echeveria peacockii is one of many Echeveria plants featuring a beautiful rosette of thick, rich green succulent leaves. Pronounced [ech-eh-VER-ee-a pee-KOK-ee-eye], echeveria peacockii is also called Peacock Echeveria. The echeveria
Echeveria Laui [Ech-eh-VER-ee-a, LAU-eye] is a succulent Echeveria plant from the family Crassulaceae. This slow-growing type of succulent Echeveria is native to Mexico and is popularly used as a decorative
Echeveria Subsessilis (Ech-eh-VER-ee-a Sub-SES-sil-iss) is one of the many beautiful Echeveria plant varieties which belong to the family Crassulaceae. Tips on Echeveria Care. Subsessillis is also known as Echeveria Morning
Echeveria Pulvinata (plush plant) is a compact easy grower, the rosettes are densely covered with white hairs, edges become reddish in cool weather. Click this article for more information on growing the ruby plush plant succulent.
Agave Blue Glow [a-GAH-vee] is a relatively small sized, slow-growing succulent plant developed at Rancho Soledad Nurseries of Rancho Santa Fe, California by horticulturalist Kelly Griffin. The plant is a
Echeveria Pulidonis (ech-eh-VER-ee-a pu-LEE-do-nis) is a slow-growing flowering evergreen succulent plant from the family Crassulaceae and genus Echeveria. The plant hails from Puebla, Mexico, and Central America and commonly known
Echeveria Imbricata or Blue Rose echeveria is a hybrid originating in the 1870’s. It’s blue-green leaves, tight rosettes, hardy growth, makes it still a popular succulent Echeveria. We share care, watering, soil and more. Click this article for Echeveria imbricata growing and care tips.
Agave Desmettiana (a-GAH-vee de-smet-ee-AY-na) the smooth Agave, is a succulent shrub member of the Agave plant family. Agaves were previously classified as part of the Agavaceae family. The family has
Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg a popular hybrid evergreen succulent Echeveria, with an attractive unique two-toned appearance, the rosettes are thick with fleshy pointed leaves. Click this article for details and care information on growing Perle von Nurnberg succulents.
In the world of succulents, agave ovatifolia (a-GAH-vee, oh-vay-tih-FOH-lee-a) is an evergreen plant identified by its rounded rosette of slightly cupped, broad, gray to powdery-blue leaves. This beautiful Agave plant
Agave salmiana (a-GAH-vee, salm-ee-AH-na) is an evergreen succulent, belonging to the Agavaceae or Asparagaceae family and the Agavoideae subfamily. This fleshy Agave plant species is native to North America, central
The delightful Echeveria Black Prince is a slow, low-growing, darkly-colored succulent plant featuring tight rosettes of fleshy leaves. The genus “Echeveria” [ech-eh-VER-ee-a] includes a large variety of flowering plants native
The Agave Plant is a group of over 200 species of succulents, all hailing from the New World desert or near-desert areas of South America, Central America, Mexico the Southwest United States, and even the Caribbean. These large, tough,
Agave Montana [a-GAH-vee, MON-tah-nuh] is an evergreen perennial succulent from the Agave plant family Asparagaceae and native to northeastern Mexico. The plant is called Montana (the Spanish word for mountains)
Agave titanota [a-GAH-vee, ty-tan-OH-tuh] is an extremely drought-tolerant native of Rancho Tambor, Oaxaca, Mexico and a perennial member of the Agavaceae family (Agave plants). You may hear this plant by
Agave Lophantha [A-GAH-vee Low-FAN-tha] is an evergreen succulent belonging to the Asparagaceae family (formerly Agavaceae). It’s mistaken at times an aloe plant or cacti, but the Agave genus has unique