Clusters of rosettes in reds, greens and purples. Sun to shade 6-24".
Blues, purples, or leaves in greens sometimes trimmed in bright golds and reds. Stunning sun plants that can adapt to shade. Tall, stately plants that spread out from a tight, central cluster of leaves.
Juicy leave that narrow to a point as they spread out from the center. Plants multiply to eventually form clumps of lime green to blue/grn. plants. Textures go from bumpy to furry soft. Stonecrop varieties are low and spreading for groundcovers or planters
Chubby little fingers tipped in reddish colors. Likes partial shade. 6-24".
From big, paddle-like leaves to tree-like plants covered in small, round leaves, these make great potted plants inside or out. From small, 5" plants to mature plants of 2'.
These rosette-shaped plants can be fuzzy or crimped, green with red stripes or blue. 4½" pots.
The "Firesticks" variety also known as a "Pencil Tree" is popular for its stunning red tipped pencil-like leaves.
Good specialty plant for unusual or vertical containers.
Commonly called Baby Toes, these unusual plants from South Africa, have finger-like leaves in upright clusters. Each "finger" has a translucent tip. 2"
Good for specialty planting like walls, bottles.
This foliage is a nice reddish-bronze that develops in the sun. 3-6"
Ghost Plant. Good for succulent dishes
Zebra Plant. Good for succulent dishes and specialty containers, like walls.
8-14" plants that can have leaves like elk antlers or flapjacks.
Pink Vygie blandus. Good for specialty containers like walls.
Beautiful contrast between red draping stems covered in round green leaves.
(Also see Hardy Perennials). Spreading, low growing plants with many clusters of star-shaped flowers in golds, pinks, and reds.
Long, fleshy leaves cover upright stems or cascading stems for a very full appearance. "Blazing Glory" has bright orange/red blooms.
SUCCULENT DISH GARDENS
Beautiful collections in 8", 10", or 12" attractive containers. We will also pot dishes up with your choices in pots available.