The following photos will allow you to identify cacti and other succulent plants. Click on image to view plant details.
Extraordinarily eye-catching, Echeveria nodulosa (Painted Echeveria) is a fascinating evergreen succulent forming 5 in. wide rosettes (12 cm) of fleshy, pointed, concave, olive green leaves adorned with vivid red markings on both margins and mid leaf. In summer, a 2 ft. tall flowering spike (60 cm), bearing pale yellow flowers with pinkish red markings, emerges above the rosettes.
Mar 7, 2017 - This Pin was discovered by Chloe's Rare Plants. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest.Echeveria agavoides 'Red Tip': A gorgeous cultivar of a much loved species that has distinctively pointed leaves and bright red accents. This particular variety gets pink to red leaf tips and can grow up to 1.0' wide. In summer it produces a tall bloom stalk from which dangle yellow, bell-shaped flowers. Echeveria need bright sunlight to maintain their colors and compact rosette form.Hydrangea on Sale. Arborescens. Macrophylla. Paniculata. Serrata. Hydrangea shrubs add grace, stature and depth to mixed borders. Philibert Commerson discovered Hydrangea in China during 1767! Since then many different varieties have been created. Hydrangeas like an acid soil for best results, so apply plenty of peat containing compost whilst planting. When growing Hydrangea, you may want to.
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A cross between Graptopetalum and Echeveria, this hybrid succulent boasts colorful leaves that range from vibrant orange to deep red and bright green. The leaves are arranged in a rosette, which can reach up to 12 inches in diameter. In ideal conditions, the plant itself can reach eight inches in height. In the summer, the plant produces a flower stalk with tiny yellow blossoms.Read More
Primarily grown for its spectacular foliage, Colocasia esculenta 'Black Magic' (Taro) is a tuberous, frost-tender perennial with long-stalked, heart-shaped, smoky purplish-black leaves, up to 2 ft. long (60 cm). Unlike the leaves of Alocasia which point skyward, the leaves of Colocasia droop and point toward the ground. Reminiscent of calla lily flowers, the blossoms consist of a yellowish.Read More
Echeverias are a large genus of succulent plants native to Central America. They are members of the Crassulaceae family. Echeverias are succulents that grow in many exciting sculptural forms, which come in an array rainbow of colours. There are over a thousand different species, and far more cultivars and hybrids. Here at Surreal Succulents, we offer an extensive range of these fantastic.Read More
Plant the Black Prince plant on a mound of soil or in a container filled to the top for the best view of emerging offsets. The mature, happily growing plant blooms dark red flowers in late autumn to winter. Growing Black Prince Echeveria. Black Prince echeveria care includes potting in proper soil, finding the right location, and limiting water.Read More
Jun 1, 2014 - Echeveria hybrid 'Doris Taylor' -- woolly rose -- Grandma called it African Rose. Jun 1, 2014 - Echeveria hybrid 'Doris Taylor' -- woolly rose -- Grandma called it African Rose. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. Dismiss Visit.Read More
Growing Echeveria can be super rewarding if you follow a few basic principals and rules.They are not very demanding succulents but reward your care efforts with spectacular blooms. The majority are semi-desert to subtropical plants that grow at higher altitudes off cliffs and on rock faces where extreme weather conditions ebb and flow.Read More
We specialize in growing exotic plants for your house and yard. Succulents and Cactus are our main focus but we find ourselves playing with other interesting plants as well. Our nursery is located in New River AZ but we will ship to the continental US.Read More
Imported rare and unusual succulents for sale. Collection includes Echeveria, Graptoveria, Pachyveria, Pachyphytum, Sedeveria, Graptopetalum, Orange Monroe, Echeveria.Read More
APPEARANCE. Colors: Echeveria show a wide variety of pastel pinks, purples, blues, and greens and can be two-toned or have contrasting leaf tips. The color of a single plant is variable, with more vibrant colors appearing when the plant receives more light. Form: These rosette-shaped plants send out new offsets on stolons (horizontal stems), and if given space, the colony will spread outward.Read More