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AEONIUM    Hybrids
Kiwi image Kiwi (h) 6-12 inches. This low-growing, mound-forming succulent forms rosettes of fleshy, spoon-shaped leaves that are uniquely colored. The rosettes are pale yellow in the center and become progressively more colorful in shades of chartreuse green to pink, until reaching the edges of the leaves, which are marked with red. Yellow flowers bloom from spring through fall, and new growth appears in the fall. When used in the landscape, plant in morning sun rather than afternoon.
Zwartkop image Zwartkop (h) 12-24 inches. Long, elegant, caramel colored stems hold large rosettes of black leaves. These plants are often looked at as the daisies of the succulent garden. The black foliage has a brilliant contrast against other gold leaved plants like Angelina Sedum. This low maintenance Aeonium works well in any landscape.
AEONIUM    Haworthii
Pinwheel image Pinwheel (h) 8-16 inches. A rosette shaped succulent that is green with spoon-shaped leaves. In the spring, yellowish flower spikes emerge from the center of the rosette. Spacing: Plant 10″ to 18″ apart. Plant in sun or partial shade. Dont overwater. Overwatering can cause rot.
CRASSULA    Pelluicida
Calico Kitten image Calico Kitten Crassula 'Calico Kitten' is an adorable trailing succulent perfect for hanging baskets. The spade shaped leaves are opposite and have a variegated appearance. Grows 2-4 tall. Plants need protection from the hottest sun and look best in part shade. Stems break off into segments and root easily making this plant super easy to propagate. Zone 9-11
CRASSULA    Coccinea
Campfire image Campfire (h) 8-12 inches. Striking mounding/clumping plant has scarlet foliage in cool night temperatures. Orange to green when grown at a warmer climate.
CRASSULA    Ovata Arborescens
Baby Jade image Baby Jade (h) 12-24 inches. Baby Jade has green leaves with tinged red tips. Excellent for use in containers.
Variegated Jade image Variegated Jade (h) 12-18 inches. Branching shrub with very strong stems. Rounded bright green leaves variegated with creamy yellow and white. Drought tolerant and will not tolerate frost. Full sun to part shade.
ECHEVERIA    Nodulosa
nodulosa image nodulosa (h) 10-18 inches. Exquisite red markings define the interior and edges of each leaf. This slow-growing succulent has rosettes that grow on branching stems 8 to 12 inches tall. Pinkish white flowers appear in spring.
ECHEVERIA    Lilacina
LILACINA image LILACINA (Ghost Echeveria) This is a very attractive but slow growing Echeveria that forms very neat, symmetricalrosettes of pale whitish-pink gray leaves to 10 inches across. Coral-colored flowers emerge on reddish stems in spring. This plant is slower growing than many other Echeverias in cultivation and does not offset readily. Plant in full sun to light shade in well-drained soil and water occasionally to regularly. Cold hardy to 15-20F.
ECHEVERIA    Elegans
Gray Red image Gray Red A mounding habit with foliage that is gray green with red tips. Grows 6-12 inches tall with a spread of 6-9 inches. Grows well in full sun. Cold hardy to 20F
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