Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Our succulent availability is low.
Check the 3 links below to see what 's
available. If you don't see it on these pages,
we don't have anymore.

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Echeveria page
Specimen page

Please send me your plant list, name & address
and I will send you a PayPal invoice.
Once paid, we will pull your order
and ship it to you. It's that easy.
Minimum order before freight $50

Thank you, Tina & Joe

MAY OUR PLANTS GROW WITH YOU!

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Echeverias ~ Growing Now




















Echeverias look different at different growth stages

In habitat, many Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings at higher altitudes. In this habitat, the water drains quickly away from the roots of the plant, never allowing the plant to remain waterlogged, thereby reducing the possibility of root loss and root disease. For this reason, it is essential in cultivation to use a very porous soil, which will allow quick drainage. Bright light is required to prevent etiolation (“stretching”) of Echeverias. (Etiolation occurs when a moderately fast growing plant such as an Echeveria, is grown in dim light or is over-fertilized, causing overly lush growth that contributes to weak, pallid plants). Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost.  These lovely plants are moderately fast growers. They like good, bright light up to full sunlight. If your plant begins to show more and more space between the leaves, it is stretching and needs more light to help it keep a compact rosette shape. Keep soil relatively moist, letting them dry out somewhat between waterings. Diluted fertilizer is appreciated every second or third watering. Echeverias range in size from small, hard-leafed varieties (sometimes more than an inch or two across) to large, colorful and wavy-leafed varieties that grow to as much as two feet across. There are hundreds of varieties, some are species collected from the wild; and many are man-made hybrids. These plants are fantastic because of the range of colors in the leaves. For example, there is ' ' with its bluish-red wavy leaves,'Black Prince' with its midnight black leaves and 'Pink Frills' with its rosy pink coloring. Not to be forgotten is Echeveria 'Culibra' with its thick caruncles (sometimes called carbuncles) on the leaf surface. According to Wikipedia: Echeveria is a large genus of succulents in the Crassulaceae family, native from Mexico to northwestern South America. The genus is named after the 18th century Mexican botanical artist, Atanasio Echeverría y Godoy. Many of the species produce numerous offsets, and are commonly known as 'Hen and chicks', which can also refer to other genera such as Sempervivum that are significantly different from Echeveria. They are drought resistant but do better with regular deep watering and fertilizing. Most tolerate shade and some frost, although hybrid species tend to be less tolerant. They can be propagated by separating offsets, but may also be propagated by leaf cuttings, and by seed if they are not hybrids. Echeverias are polycarpic: they may flower and set seed many times over the course of their lifetimes. Removing lower leaves keeps plants cleaner and healthier. If I see spider mites or mealy bugs, I use natural solutions such as neem oil, bug buster and an alcohol and water mix which consists of 1 part alcohol 3 parts water. Some Echeverias look different at different growth stages. So perhaps if it doesnt look exactly like the photo below, it will as it matures.

Echeveria 'Afterglow'
8" pot $20

Echeveria 'Afterglow' is believed to be a hybrid of Echeveria subrigida, which is a very farinose white rosette Echeveria, quite similar in appearance to Dudleya brittonii. Echeveria 'Afterglow' is a sibling of Echeveria 'Morning Light'. Forms rosettes to 10" or more in diameter, with lovely shades of blue-purple with dense overlay of silvery lavender. Leaf margins are violet. Large orange bell-shaped flowers in winter and summer. A favorite Echeveria for rock gardens and landscapes along the temperate California coasts. Click photo for complete information.

RARE
Echeveria agavoides 'Ebony'

appx 3" @ $30
Buy 3, 3" @ $25 each

appx 5" @ $35
Buy 3, 5" @ $30 each

Buy 1, 8" @ $100
Buy 3, 8" @ $75 each

10" pot $150
Leaf color varies
as they grow

Click photo to see more plants. The stress of winter cold is what turns the leaves their ebony color when kept outside; but not in freezing temperatures.

Echeveria agavoides 'Lipstick'
8" pot $25
10" pot $40
Most have more than
1 head or a pup or 2

Echeveria agavoides lipstick aka 'Red Tip' is a choice cultivar with fleshy, lime green triangular leaves that are margined with bright red and have deep red tips. Forms rosettes to 6" in diameter. In habitat, many Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings at higher altitudes. Yellowish bell-shaped flowers in late winter and spring. In this habitat, the water drains quickly away from the roots of the plant, never allowing the plant to remain waterlogged. For this reason, it is essential in cultivation to use a very porous soil, which will allow quick drainage. For more information, please click the photo.

Echeveria 'Barbillion'
8 inch pots $50

One of the three “Volcanic Echeveria”, this echeveria barbillion is very similar to Etna, but can grow quite a bit larger. Barbillion takes on a green/blune hue and is a heavily carunculated echeveria. Another Dick Wright hybrid, this solitary echeveria can grow up to 18” across. Slowly, with age, it will grow up on a large, bare, stem. The true beauty of this plant, and with many echeveria, is their ability to change color and shape throughout the seasons. There are many similarly carunculated echeverias, but this is one of the larger, and more hardy hybrids available.

Echeveria 'Blue Curls'
ALL GONE

  very fluffy

Echeveria 'Blue Sky'
8" pot $25
6" pot $15

Echeveria 'Blue Sky', possibly a hybrid of Echeveria 'Imbricata', forms large rosettes of spatulate glaucous deep blue leaves tipped in red. Excellent in landscape, rock garden or as a patio plant. Very fast growing. With time, this plant will attain a 12" diameter. Echeverias are moderately fast growing plants that are easy to grow. In habitat, many Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings at higher altitudes. In this habitat, the water drains quickly away from the roots of the plant, never allowing the plant to remain waterlogged. Please Click photo for more information.

Echeveria 'Etna'

ALL GONE

Echeveria 'Etna is a spectacular Dick Wright hybrid Echeveria that forms rosettes to 12" in diameter with frosty bluish-violet leaves that have "caruncles" (interesting raised, textured "cameo-like areas on top surfaces of leaves). Hybridized by Denise Manley of Vista, California. Excellent for rock gardens or patio plantings. In habitat, many Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings at higher altitudes. In this habitat, the water drains quickly away from the roots of the plant, never allowing the plant to remain waterlogged. For this reason, it is essential in cultivation to use a very porous soil, which will allow quick drainage. Click photo for complete information.

Echeveria 'Lola'
3" pot $5

Echeveria 'Lola', possibly a hybrid of Echeveria lilacina, forms a sculpted rosette with a somewhat "rosebud" shape. Leaves are alabaster marble with a delicate blush of pinkish violet and tipped with rose. Rosette gives the impression of alabaster wax suffused with violet. Flowers are peach, bell-shaped and appear in spring. In habitat, many Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings at higher altitudes. Click the photograph for complete information.

Echeveria colorata
'Mexican Giant'
5" pot $25

The marks you see are the remnants of my fingerprints.

Echeveria nodulosa
4" pot $5 

Echeveria nodulosa, native to Mexico, forms a somewhat shrubby rosette with grayish-green tapered leaves. Attractive with burgundy lines in patterns along front and back of leaves. Looks as if painted. Margins are burgundy. In habitat, many Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings at higher altitudes. In this habitat, the water drains quickly away from the roots of the plant, never allowing the plant to remain waterlogged. For this reason, it is essential in cultivation to use a very porous soil, which will allow quick drainage. click photo for more information.

RARE
Echeveria 'Pagoda'

I have grown this
from a tiny pup
appx 5" wide $125

Echeveria 'Pagoda' is a Dick Wright hybrid created in 1992.

Echeveria pulidonis crested All GONE
Echeveria pulidonis, native to Mexico, forms rosettes of spoon-shaped fleshy frosty blue leaves outlined with with rose-red margins. Arching spikes with yellow bell-shaped flowers. In habitat, many Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings at higher altitudes. Please click photo for complete information.

 

Echeveria pulvinata
6" pot $10

Echeveria Pulvinata - will tolerate partial to full sun, Bloom in late spring. Drought tolerant, Spring - Summer water thoroughly, in winter water sparingly just so the plant doesn't dry out completely. Propogate - offsets, leaf and stem cuttings,

Echeveria pulvinata
'Ruby Blush

4 1/2" pots $7

Echeveria Pulvinata Ruby Blush - will tolerate partial to full sun, Bloom in late spring. Drought tolerant, Spring - Summer water thoroughly, in winter water sparingly just so the plant doesn't dry out completely. Propogate - offsets, leaf and stem cuttings. The color varies depending on the time of growing, weather and sun.

Echeveria 'Raindrops'
6" pots $15
8" pots $25

Echeveria ‘Raindrops’ is a Dick Wright hybrid. Echeveria Raindrops has bumps close to the leaf's tip. The light green leaves are outlined in red and "raindrops” also turn a reddish hue with age. Growing 6” tall, this succulent is ideal as an indestructible houseplant or a potted plant in the outdoor garden. Grow in well-drained soil in full to partial sun. The “raindrops” become more pronounced as the plant ages. 8" pots generally have pups

Echeveria 'Violet Queen'
6" pot $10

Echeveria 'Violet Queen' forms somewhat upswept rosettes with slender, icy glaucous aqua leaves. Margins of leaves are rose violet, often more pronounced in cold temperatures. Offsets profusely to form dense clusters. In habitat, many Echeverias grow on rocky outcroppings at higher altitudes. In this habitat, the water drains quickly away from the roots of the plant, never allowing the plant to remain waterlogged. For this reason, it is essential in cultivation to use a very porous soil, which will allow quick drainage. Click photo for complete plant information.

Echeveria x 2
2 - appx 6" plants

$50

   Dick Wright hybrids

Echeveria 'Lenguas' hybrid
small $15
larger $20

   Dick Wright hybrid

Echeveria #1-5
$11
#2 GONE
others available

 DW = Dick Wright hybrids

   #1 bottom right Echeveria 'Atlantis Peach Cream'
   #2 top right Echeveria cante
   #3 Middle DW
   #4 bottom left Echeveria 'Cubic Frost'
   #5 top left

Echeveria #10 - #14
$15
#11-#14 available
#10 GONE

 # 10 bottom right
 # 11 top right
 # 12 bottom left
 # 13 top left
  #14 middle middle

Echeveria #15
appx 8" - 10" wide $25

 Dick Wright hybrid


Echeveria # 16
8" pot $30



Dick Wright hybrids

Echeveria #17
8" pot $25




Dick Wright hybrids

Echeveria #18
8" pots $25

 Dick Wright hybrid

Echeveria #19
8" pot $30

  Dick Wright hybrid

Echeveria #20
8" pots $25

  Dick Wright Hybrid
  

Echeveria #21
appx 10" wide
$40

  Dick Wright hybrid
Echeveria #22
$65

 Dick Wright hybrid

Echeveria #222
$25

 Dick Wright hybrid

Echeveria #23
GONE

  Dick Wright hybrid
  This is either Silveron red or Night Sky

Echeveria #24
$25

  Dick Wright hybrid
  This is either Silveron red or Night Sky

Echeveria #25
$50

  Dick Wright hybrid
  

Echeveria #26
GONE

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #27
appx 15" wide $50

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #28
8" pot $25

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #29
appx 10" wide $30

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #39
appx 10-12" wide $25

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #40
GONE

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #41
appx 10" wide $40

  Dick Wright hybrid  

Echeveria #43
appx 10-12" wide $40

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #50
double branch $40

  Dick Wright hybrid 

Echeveria #55
appx 10" wide $40

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #56
8" pot $20

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #57
8 " pot $25

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #58
$11

  Dick Wright hybrid 

Echeveria #59
GONE

  Dick Wright hybrid 

Echeveria #60
appx 15" wide $75

  Dick Wright hybrid 

Echeveria #61
appx 15" wide $100

  Dick Wright hybrid 

Echeveria #63
appx 12" wide $35

  Dick Wright hybrid 

Echeveria #64
appx 12" wide $40

  Dick Wright hybrid  

Echeveria #65
8" pot $30

  Dick Wright hybrid
 

Echeveria #66
appx 10-12" wide
$55

Dick Wright hybrid


Echeveria #67
appx 24" wide $125
Local pickup only

   Dick Wright Hybrid Silveron Red
Echeveria #69
$50

 Dick Wright hybrid

 

Echeveria #70
$40

 Dick Wright hybrid

 

Echeveria #71
appx 10-12" wide $50

Echeveria #74
appx 15" wide $75

Echeveria #77
2 big heads & 2 smaller
appx 20" wide $125
Local pickup Only

  Dick Wright hybrid

Echeveria #78
appx 20" wide $120
Local pickup Only

Dick Wright hybrid
Silveron red
Echeveria #79
appx 16" wide $85
Local pickup Only

  Dick Wright hybrid

Echeveria #80
Dick Wright hybrid
appx 18" wide $150
Local pickup Only!
plant on right was
sliced causing the
plant to branch
and grow as photo
on left
Echeveria #85
appx 18" wide $150
Local pickup Only
appx 7 small heads &
3 large heads

  Dick Wright hybrid

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