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Genus and Species Description Pot
Size
Price
Echeveria 'Pappy's Rose'
(normal form)
Developed by Dick Wright, the leaves turn deep maroon to rose and plum colors during summer with strong light. These are difficult to find and they usually go fast. Only the larger sizes left.
3"
4"
5" double headed
6"
7.50
9.50
12.50
16.50
Echeveria 'Pappy's Rose' crested and monstrose Difficult to describe. These are both monstrose and crested. Picture coming. These are measured across the widest point. Eache plant is unique and can make a great show plant. The measurements refer to individual plants. All but the first are "circle" crests, which are less common. Tightly grown,
compact leafed
plants.
6-7" ø



22.50
Echeveria 'Perle von Nürnberg' A hybrid of Echeveria gibbiflora v. metallica and Echeveria potosina. Justifiably popular. The 6.5" plants are lovely, larger, beginning specimen plants.
3"
4"
6.50
8.50
Echeveria 'Powder Blue'   4" 8.50
Echeveria 'Powder Puff' Powdery blue plants with dark tipped leaves, slightly rimmed in pink. 3"
4"
Larger
6.50
8.50
12.50
Echeveria prolifica Small growing powdery aqua plants with pink overtones. Yellow flowers. This enjoyable little plant is easy to grow and as the name implies, it's prolific! singles
clumping
5.50
7.50
Echeveria pulvinata 'Frosty' One of two Echeverias labeled 'Frosty'. The other is Echeveria leucotricha 'Frosty' 3"
4"
clumping
5.00
6.50
9.50
Echeveria purpusorum hybrid Slow growing, these are nice compact hybrids, pretty olive-green with pinkish overtones.. 2"
3"
5.50
7.50
Echeveria 'Ramillete' "Orange Bouquet" - Very early blooming, with bright orange flowers beginning in February. 3"
4"
6.50
8.50
Echeveria 'Rubra' We don't know the provinence of this cultivar, but it certainly has "agavoides" and - possibly - "pulidonis", in it's background. Dark green with maroon to ruby-red tips and the backs of the leaves. The tips are also slightly lighter and seem to glow red in the sunlight. Check out the photo for coloration in bright sunlight. 5-5.5" ø
6" ø
7" ø
8" ø
12.50
14.50
17.50
19.50
Echeveria runyonii 'Topsy-Turvy' Back in stock.
2"
3"
4"
5"
4.00
5.50
6.50
9.50
Echeveria secunda (Syn: Echeveria alpina) An easy to grow plant, clustering to form an attractive clump of bluish rosettes. Very delicate appearing. 2"
3"
4"
5.00
6.50
7.50
Echeveria secunda forma secunda A "dusty" powdery-blue keeled leaves with brownish pink tips. Slightly more coloful than E. secunda. 2"
3"
4"
5.50
6.50
7.50
Echeveria setosa Very plush, green "hairy" plants. 3"
4"
6.75
8.50
Echeveria setosa var.oteroi No hair here! Also known as the "naked setosa", it has large, brightly two-toned flowers. Rarer than the normal setosa. 2"
3"
4"
5.00
8.50
10.50
Echeveria
shaviana
"Pink Frills"
The pinkish form of the above. Truely outstanding. 2"
3"
4"
4.75
6.50
8.50
Echeveria 'Spruce-Oliver' (Previously listed as E. set-sprucii, a name supplied by our supplier, but which was inaccurate.) Beautiful, slightly hairy lanciolate leaves, it's a wonderful hybrid by Victor Reiter.
2"
3"
4.75
6.50
Echeveria subalpina Prety, light-rimmed, powder-blue plants with pinkish old leaves. Some pink overcast around the leaf edges. Very limited supplies. 3"
4"
6.50
8.50
Echeveria aff. subsessillis syn.: Echeveria aff. peacockii 2"
3"
4"
3.75
5.50
8.50
Echeveria 'Tippy' Beautiful red-tipped compact rosettes.
2" ø
5.5" ø
7" ø
clumping plants
6.50
18.50
18.50
24.50
Echeveria 'Tsunami' Wavy blue leaves rimmed with lighter, blue crinkle edges. Flowers are coral pink on the outside with orange inner color. 2"
3"
4"
5"ø specimens
5.00
8.50
10.50
28.50
Echeveria 'Zorro' From a seedling from Dick Wright, 'Zorro' can grow to be very large, becoming up to 400 cm. across. Beautiful lavender to purple coloring with crinkly leaves trimmed in pink or light lavender.
6-8" ø
Multiheaded
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6-7"ø crested
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