Echeveria is a genus of stonecrop plants with a huge variety of species and cultivars, many of which are very popular in succulent gardens and collections. One beautiful and easy-care variety is Echeveria ‘Irish Mint.’ Click here for more info on this echeveria plant.
The Ramillette echeveria plant is also called Mexican hens and chicks, but don’t be misled. These plants are only hardy in USDA zones 9-11 for year-round outdoor planting and growing. Click here to learn more about caring for a Ramillette echeveria plant.
Another of the most commonly owned succulents, the popular Echeveria ‘Lola’ plant is a beautiful, rosette that may be surrounded by pups. Offsets produce readily on this grayish-blue leafed favorite. Growing Lola echeveria is simple too, and this article will help.
Somewhat unusual and possibly hard to find, the Peacock echeveria is a fast-growing succulent plant with rosettes up to six inches (15 cm.) across. It is unusual for a succulent to report fast growth. Learn more about growing a Peacock echeveria succulent here.
Allegra succulents, with bluish-green leaves and showy flowers, are some of the most sought-after echeverias. Learning about Echeveria ‘Allegra’ before growing it can help keep your plant happy and healthy. This article will help with that.
Echeveria ‘Black Prince’ is a favorite succulent plant, especially of those who like the dark purple look of the leaves, which are so deep they appear black. Those looking to add something a little different will certainly enjoy this easy-care plant. Learn more in this article.
Chroma echeveria plants are hybrid succulents. They are comprised of a small rosette, which makes them the perfect size for a take-away gift. Their diminutive size isn’t their only selling point; they also have lovely shiny, deep rose to maroon foliage. Learn more here.
Resilient and striking is the Echeveria succulent. This genus of easy-care succulents has attractive rosette-shaped foliage. If this sounds promising, click this article for more echeveria plant information, in particular growing Echeveria parva.
What is a minima plant? This miniature of the Echeveria genus is native to Mexico and has sweet rosettes and blush tinged leaves. Best of all, minima succulent care is so simple that even a novice gardener can succeed with ease. Learn more in this article.
Black Knight echeveria is an attractive succulent plant with rosettes of fleshy, pointy, blackish-purple leaves. Interested in growing Black Knight plants in your garden? It’s relatively easy as long as you follow a few basic rules. This article can help with that.
With its unique blue-green pastel color, it’s easy to see why the variety Echeveria derenbergii is a long-time favorite of succulent plant collectors and hobbyist gardeners. Click here to learn more about growing and caring for this “painted lady” plant.
The Red Velvet succulent plant is not freeze tolerant but makes a beautiful interior plant for the office or home. Try growing a Red Velvet plant with other small succulents in a container display, providing varied texture and color with little maintenance. Learn more here.