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Genus & Species Description Pot
Size
Price
Echeveria 'Glitters' Probably a hybrid of E. setosa, its origin is unknown. 2"
3"
4"
5.50
7.50
9.50
Echeveria globulosa Tiny growing plants, delicate rosettes.
Singles »»
Beginning
to clump »»
9.50

12.50
Echeveria 'Golden Glow' Plant is a very golden-yellow color with red tinges when grown in strong light. Compact, rosette shape. 4"
5"
8.50
10.50
Echeveria 'Haageana' Considered to be a hybrid of Echeveria agavoides & Echeveria harmsii, but often inaccurately listed as a species. Branches with age. Very limited availability. 2"
3"
4"
5.50
7.50
9.50
Echeveria hybrid (sometimes sold as E. grusonii) A nice little Echeveria that we know very little about but worthy of circulation. It's not a recognized species but it is certainly distinct and therefore we offer it with the above caveat. 2"
3"
5.00
7.50
Echeveria 'Imbricata' Deleuil (Invalid syn. Echeveria glaucometallica) This is used as a parent in many of the modern hybrids, and is itself a hybrid developed by Deleuil in France in the late 1800s (Walther, Echeveria, 1972, pg.52), - a cross of E. glauca & E. metallica. It's an easy to grow plant, the heads of which will reach up to 30cm across and eventually form offsets. Should be a part of every collection. Though often referred to as "Hens & Chicks", we prefer to reserve that common name to "Sempervivums", to which they have some resemblance.
3"
4"
clumping
5.50
7.50
12.50
Echeveria 'Kirov' A very striking cultivar with dark-tipped powder-blue leaves. The flowers are bright coral-rose-red at the base and a deep pumpkin-orange on the inner side of the petals. 2"
3"
5.00
8.50
Echeveria leucotricha 'Frosty' Soft, pettable, furry leaves with brownish tips. One of the two Echeverias named 'Frosty'. The other is Echeveria pulvinata 'Frosty'. 2"
3"
4"
5"
larger
5.00
7.50
9.50
12.50
16.50
Echeveria lilacina Utterly beautiful powdery-lilac-lavender coloring. This - the "Ghost Echeveria" - is slower growing than many other Echeverias in cultivation and doesn't offset readily. Therefore, we often run out of these. Plants in perfect condition. 4-5" ø 18.50
Echeveria 'Linda Jean' Dark purple-maroon leaves with light, pale green to cream lined inner leaves. 2"
3"
4"
5"
6"
4.00
5.50
7.50
9.50
12.50
Echeveria 'Lola' A Dick Wright hybrid of E. lilicina & E. derenbergii. In our opinion, one of the most beautiful of Echeverias. Powdery-green pastel coloring on the lower leaves. The upper leaves are a soft lavender outlined in a muted green. A very compact and sculptural plant. Back in stock.
2"
3"
4"
Larger plants,
for a 5" pot.
4.75
5.50
8.50

12.50
Echeveria 'Lotus' We are not familiar with the background for this cultivar, but it's very nice.Powdery blue Echeveria leaves edged in light rose tinges when grown in bright light. Center leaves become slightly ruffled. 2"
3"
4"
5"
4.75
5.50
7.50
12.50
Echeveria 'Lucita' "Chalk Rose" - a cultivar of E. runyonii. Available again.
2"
3"
4"
4.75
6.50
8.50
Echeveria 'Mazarine' Compact bodies with narrow, spikey, powder-blue leves with a pink "spine" tip to each leaf. The porcipine version of a plant all dressed in blue. Very limited. 3"
4"
8.50
9.75
Echeveria minima Described in 1968,this species has very small rosettes which readily clump under cultivation but which tend to be solitary in the wild. There are many clones in circulation, but this is the original, chunky-leaved form. Very pretty. Mature singles. Back in stock.
Singles »»

Beginning to
clump. »»
9.50


12.50
Echeveria moranii We have small clumps of this hard to grow species. Olive-green outer leaves with pink to red center ones. Small-growing, classy plants. Do not overwater.
Small clumps »»

4" pot size,
clumping »»
6.50


9.50
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