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Sedum Angelina Golden Plant

Sedum is a perennial with thick, succulent leaves, fleshy stems, and clusters of star-shaped flowers. There are many types of sedums, which all have different uses: use low–growing varieties for ground covers and rock gardens and tall varieties for back borders. Sedums are easy to care for and are good for cut flowers.

Coleus Coerulescens Plant

Coleus  GARDEN designers know that when it comes to annuals, it's not just about the flowers — foliage matters, too. And when it comes to foliage, coleus tops the list. Though it has fallen in and out of favor over the past couple of centuries, this member of the mint family is popular again, and the selection is better than ever

Furcaria plants

Fucaria Tiger's Jaw lives up to its common name. The sharp spines that edge the pairs of speckled leaves look like the teeth of a ferocious tiger. Their low-growing habit and unusual leaves make a spectacular addition to a succulent dish garden.

These South African succulents grow in clumps of stemless, star-shaped rosettes in its dry, rocky native habitat. Give them the same hot, dry, sunny environment and they'll feel right at home.

Donkey Burros tail plant

This plant eventually grows to 4′ long which will take around 6 years or so. As it grows it gets very thick with those trailing stems heavily laden with overlapping plump, juicy leaves which form a groovy braided pattern. As you can imagine, a mature plant gets very heavy. This plant is not for a flimsy pot with a flimsy hanger. It’s best grown in a hanging basket, in a large pot like mine, in a pot that hangs against a wall or trailing out of a rock garden

Letizia plant

A beautiful small succulent branching at the base with a cluster of stems that grow to about 8 inches tall with 2 1/2 inch wide rosettes bearing many tightly arranged 1 inch long green deltoid shaped leaves with fine hairs along the margins. The older rosettes sit atop slender bare stems while younger ones have leaves the length of the stems. The leaves turn red in the sun with colder temperatures in winter but are green in summer or when grown in shade.

Painted Lady Echeveria

Echeveria derenbergii (Painted Lady) - This succulent creates small rosettes (3 inches across) of triangular-shaped leaves that are green with red margins. Yellow flowers with red tips bloom on stalks in the spring. It will spread to about 3 feet. It does its best in full sun, with low water requirements. It is hardy to about 15 to 20 degrees F.

Coppertone Plant

Flaunt your color-contrast creativity with the unique coppery-orange-gold foliage of this exciting, EASY to grow succulent. Compact, trailing & ground-covering “Coppertone Stonecrop” grows to only 8” tall, but spreads densely to 2’-3’ across, making it a great choice for a filler or front of bed edger, especially when combined with other colorful trailers like ruby leaved Sedum ‘Voodoo’.

Powder Puff Graptoveria plant

A beautiful, hybrid succulent with powdery, silvery-blue leaves that blush violet in strong light or cold temperatures. Plants have semi decumbent stems terminating in rosettes. It forms arching raceme of small, bell-shaped, apricot flowers during summer months. Great for cascading in rock gardens or as hanging basket.

Echeveria 'Perle Von Nürnberg'

A beautiful rosette-forming succulent that has interestingly colored acuminate leaves that are a pale grayish brown with pink highlights and have a white powdery dusting, sometimes referred to as pruinose.

The leaves overlap nicely in 5 to 6 inch wide solitary rosettes that eventually grow up on a slender stem. The flowers, which appear in summer on 1 foot long reddish-stemmed inflorescences, are a corral pink color on the exterior with a yellow interior.

Topsy Turvy

Echeveria runyonii 'Topsy Turvy' - A fast growing rosette-forming succulent with pale blue-gray leaves that curve upwards and are strongly inversely-keeled on the lower surface with leaf tips pointing inwards towards the center of the plant. This interesting Echeveria has become a common sight in Southern California succulent collections, likely because it offsets profusely and plantings quickly become mounds with individual rosettes to nearly 1 foot across. Bright orange and yellow flowers rise above the foliage on tall arching inflorescence, usually in late summer or fall.

Portulacaria Afra Varigata

A sprawling, slow growing succulent shrub with attractive reddish-brown stems and variegated cream and green ¾ inch long leaves. A very easy to grow succulent that works as a great bonsai plant, hanging basket or even a hedge in frost free climates. The green form will slowly reach 12 feet in height with an equal spread but the variegated form is slower growing and will likely remain considerably smaller and in containers even more so.

Echeveria Peacockii

Echeveria peacockii is a fast growing succulent plant with rosettes up to 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter, of iridescent silver-blue leaves that can become tipped in red. The long-lasting flowers are pink-orange on slender stalks up to 10 inches (25 cm) long, in early summer. It will form new rosettes to become a nice-sized clump after time.

Cotyledon undulata

Succulents seem custom-made for indoor gardeners. These hardy plants can thrive for long periods in poor conditions. But given proper care, succulents are some of the most beautiful plants in the world. Learn how to care for succulents plus a few varieties we love. Succulents are some of the most rewarding plants for indoor gardeners. They're tough, beautiful, and have interesting and varied foliage. Read our best tips for caring for these plants.

Hylotelephium sieboldii

Succulents seem custom-made for indoor gardeners. These hardy plants can thrive for long periods in poor conditions. But given proper care, succulents are some of the most beautiful plants in the world. Learn how to care for succulents plus a few varieties we love. Succulents are some of the most rewarding plants for indoor gardeners. They're tough, beautiful, and have interesting and varied foliage. Read our best tips for caring for these plants.

Hoya kerrii

Succulents seem custom-made for indoor gardeners. These hardy plants can thrive for long periods in poor conditions. But given proper care, succulents are some of the most beautiful plants in the world. Learn how to care for succulents plus a few varieties we love. Succulents are some of the most rewarding plants for indoor gardeners. They're tough, beautiful, and have interesting and varied foliage. Read our best tips for caring for these plants.

Aeonium Arboreum-Tree Aeonium

Aeonium arboreum is a tree-like succulent which forms branched stems up to 3 feet (90 cm) tall. The leaves are up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) long and spoon-shaped and shiny green. Aeonium arboretum or Tree anemones have waxy foliage that forms rosettes. These plants grow quickly and produce small, star-like, yellow flowers on racemes from late winter through early spring. Flowers stems emerge from the center of the rosettes. The rosette die after flowering. These visually striking succulents grow in a range of shapes, sizes and colors.

Aloe Pirottae

Succulents seem custom-made for indoor gardeners. These hardy plants can thrive for long periods in poor conditions. But given proper care, succulents are some of the most beautiful plants in the world. Learn how to care for succulents plus a few varieties we love. Succulents are some of the most rewarding plants for indoor gardeners. They're tough, beautiful, and have interesting and varied foliage. Read our best tips for caring for these plants.

Hoya kerrii “Variegata”

Succulents seem custom-made for indoor gardeners. These hardy plants can thrive for long periods in poor conditions. But given proper care, succulents are some of the most beautiful plants in the world. Learn how to care for succulents plus a few varieties we love. Succulents are some of the most rewarding plants for indoor gardeners. They're tough, beautiful, and have interesting and varied foliage. Read our best tips for caring for these plants.

Crassula Falcata

Crassula falcata, known as Propeller Plant, has oblong propeller-shaped leaves arranged in overlapping pairs. Makes a perfect complement to your succulent collection and is very easy to care for.The foliage is gray-green with striking texture, on plants that grow to 2 feet (0.61 m) tall. The flowers are tiny bright orange-red or scarlet red, that rise in dense clusters above the foliage for a month in summer

Dwarf 'Variegated' Devil's...

Pedilanthus 'Nana Compacta' is a very unusual succulent plant with fleshy white & grey leaves arranged opposite in pairs. It resembles a ladder. Elongated, elliptic leaves are slightly folded upwards along the midvein, forming a boat-like shape. The stem's zigzag shape is greatly compressed with very short inter-nodes , creating a braided-like texture.

Haworthia fasciata Mybg-Hwfa

Haworthia fasciata is a small succulent, up to 4 inches (10 cm) tall. The triangular shaped leaves are green with narrow white crested strips on the outside. At the end of the leaf is a non acute spine. The white flowers appear in October and November, on the end of an inflorescence. The species has similar markings to Haworthia attenuata. The two are therefore frequently confused with each other

Kalanchoe Luciae Cotyleden...

Paddle Kalanchoe-Red Pancakes is the most popular modern succulent due to its whimsical form and intense winter color. Its leaves are flat, like pancakes, layered into an odd rosette. This plant bolts when it blooms, with the center stem elongating into a gangly white stalk. Those sold in nurseries are youngsters raised to maximum size for immediate use, but they do not last more than a year before bolting, which spoils their looks. Once paddle plant flowers, cut off the stem and give the remnant of the plant good care. It will soon produce many new offsets that can be plucked off and rooted.

Thumb Cactus

Mammillaria species like most cacti they're drought tolerant and need very little care and attention to grow well . Plenty of sunshine will keep this cacti more than happy. Provide bright, even light to encourage tight growth and flowering.  Some shade during a hot summers day can be helpful to prevent sunburn.