Our succulent Gardens include various combinations of succulents, each with its own unique characteristics and natural beauty. Below are the plants we most frequently use.
ZEBRA PLANT | HAWORTHIA FASCIATA
Aptly named Zebra Plant or Zebra Cactus, the Haworthia Fasciata has green triangular leaves with white stripes across them. A very low maintenance succulent, the Zebra Plant can last a lifetime. It prefers bright indirect sunlight and very little water. Under optimal conditions, it will shoot a long thin flower spike from its center.
PANDA PLANT |KALANCHOE TOMENTOSA
Originally from Madagascar, the Kalanchoe Tomentosa, also known as “Panda Plant,” has long, oval-shaped leaves that are fuzzy to the touch. Like many other succulents, this shrubby plant from the Crassulaceae family does well with bright light.
CROSBY'S COMPACT MINI JADE | CRASSULA ARGENTEA COMPACTA
Hailing Native to South Africa, the evergreen Crassula Argentea Compacta, or "Mini Jade", has tight, compact leaves that of a rich emerald color. This plant must be kept as close to sunlight as possible to bloom. Blooming in winter to spring, Jades grow fairly quickly, and may need to be watered more frequently than other varieties.
SEDEVERIA SORRENTO HYBRID
The Sedeveria Sorrento is a Hybrid – its rose-colored leaves with green centers present a beautiful color scheme. Placed in bright light and very porous soil, this clustering succulent will add vibrant color to your space. The Sorrento blooms from winter to spring.
LITTLE JEWEL | PACHYVERIA ‘GLAUCA’
From the Crassulaceae family, the Pachyveria ‘Glauca,’ or “Little Jewel,” has pale blue leaves with reddish or violet tips which grow in cylindrical shapes. A winter-to-spring bloom.
SEDUM BURRITO | SEDUM MORGANIANUM
Sedum Morganianum, sometimes known as the Sedum “Burrito” succulent, is a Mexican plant from the Crassulaceae family. It has a fleshy stem and thick, silvery blue-green leaves that resemble greenish jelly beans or grape clusters. This trailing plant is easy to grow and tolerates all types of soil. It blooms in springtime with minimal care.
GRAPTOSEDUM "ALPENGLOW" | VERA HIGGINS
The Graptosedum, also known as “Alpenglow,” got its name because its leaves, which have pink and reddish tints, evoke the colors of sunrise and sunset in mountainous areas. Part of the Crassulaceae family, it is also sometimes known as “Vera Higgins”
ECHEVERIA BLACK PRINCE
The Echeveria Black Prince got its name because of the dark starshaped rosettes.
Blooms late fall to early winter, dark red flowers contrast lovely dark rosette. Best
color in full sun or light shade.