This is a new, growing section of species from the family Crassulaceae. There are about 1,400 species in 33 genera and their distribution is worldwide, but mostly occur in the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Africa, especially in dry habitats. Here you can buy healthy, sun-hardened plants grown in the Canary Islands and shipped to your home.
12-16 cm diam. The colourful "pale" Echeveria is a short shrub that changes colours through the seasons. It is a spreading rosette of large, spoon-shaped leaves. The "pale" (pallida) colour is a bright jade green. At times, rosettes will become blue-green or will attain a rich golden yellow. CLICK HERE and see the pictures taken in different seasons!
NEW! - Cont.= 8,5 cm - One of the most unusual crassulaceae, with "upside-down" leaves. It is an odd leaf form appeared in cultivation in California from Echeveria runyonii, a species with normally shaped leaves of a a pale-blue to white-blue colour.
Rooted rosette. This graptopetalum with jade-green leaves is so compact that it resembles a Sempervivum. It is native to Chihuahua , in Mexico and flowers in Winter. It branches very slowly and will eventually fill the pot and form a solid mat.
Small ground-covering Graptopetalum with compact rosettes of colourful leaves that can become green, blue or pink according to the season or sun exposure. Flowers are also beautiful, white-green banded in dark red. It is known from populations scattered in the mountains of central Mexico
Kalanchoe beauverdii is a succulent scrambling climber with gray wiry stems. Leaves are purple-black in high light. Nice hanging gray-green flowers with purple speckles, hold in clusters, native to south and southwestern Madagascar, in dry shrublands forests distributed from sea level up to about 800 m.
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