Types of Succulents
This succulent plant makes for great ground cover in many different landscapes. Commonly referred to as ‘Hearts and Flowers’ and Aptenia ‘Red Apple’ because of its apple red flowers and bright green leaves, the Aptenia cordifolia only grows to about 4” tall but makes a for a great splash of tropical color in your yard.
One of the largest available Agave, Century Plants grow a pup cluster of large blue-green leaves forming at the base of the plant that's ideal for open areas.
Agave americana varigata
Variegated Century Plants share the same growing traits with other Century Plants, but boast a yellow to cream white marginal variegation along the leaves.
Hercules Aloe grow to be quite large - up to 15 feet - and due to the leaves' red/bronze tint, a great way to add a splash a color to your desert landscape.
Aloe Vera is commonly known for its many medicinal uses, but it's also a fantastic specimen of native desert life that looks right at home in many landscapes.
Fast becoming one of our most popular varieties, Sticks on Fire have an amazing coral structure and natural color, turning a bright fiery red in the winter.
Spanish Dagger's grow long stiff leaves with dark green foliage and unique trunks when mature. These yucca's work well in nearly any landscape style.
Elephant food looks like Jade Plant with smaller more compact leaves.
Ice plant is a popular low growing shrub or ground cover that can be used in many different landscape settings.
Succulents such as Aeonium arboreum are becoming more and more popular every year largely due to the fact that they are so easy to grow and maintain.
Aeonium arboreum Black Magic
Succulents such as Aeonium 'Black Magic' are prized for their dark black appearance and larger rosette style leaves.
Aeonium decorum 'Sunburst'
The Aeonium 'Sunburst' is from the Crassulaceae family growing up to 18" tall these plants stand on a bare creamy white trunk
The Aeonium 'Purple Queen' is another attractive choice when your landscaping with accent plants and succulents.
Portulacaria afra variegata
Variegated Elephant Food is a unique succulent shrub that has many landscape uses.
Planting Sedum on borders makes for a beautiful transition from one area to the next and once established these are a very water-wise selection
Kalanchoe is a genus of more than 150 species of succulents that are known for their large thick leaves, colorful blooms and variation in leaf color
There are few succulents that are this blue, which makes the Blue Fingers a popular choice for those looking to add a unique color to their landscape.
Great for tropical and desert gardens. Makes for an interesting container or dry rock garden plant with arching, spineless green leaves providing a unique silhouette.
Agave shawii x attenuata 'Blue Flame'
A beautiful, soft edged agave that grows in a clumping pattern with tight rosettes of blue foliage that appears almost flame like.
Agave americana 'Cornelius'
This dwarf agave is a bright and unique addition to any landscape style. Use in rock gardens, borders or as lower filler near and around palm trees, shade trees, etc...
A smooth and spineless agave that's great for use around desert and oasis ramadas and patios. It's a perfect addition to any style landscape!
Agave desmettiana -v- marginata
Variegated Smooth Agave have long dark green leaves contrasted by yellow edges that will curl upwards, giving it a tighter rosette style appearance.
Coral Aloe is a large leafed beautiful succulent that shoots brilliant blooms in the early spring-fall.
A unique, silvery-green upright growing succulent with a bright yellow bloom in late winter to early spring. Great planted in pots, rock gardens, poolscapes, etc...
Agave americana mediopicta 'Alba'
Extremely hardy and easy to grow in any landscape, this is one pretty agave! Dramatic leaves with creamy white bands down the center. Looks look like a living sculpture.
Agave 'Blue Glow'
Blue Glow Agave has a compact form with dramatic blue-green foliage and texture. It's a perfect choice for any low-water design landscape.
Ladys Slipper provide a great way to add color to any drought tolerant landscape! Use them as a living sculpture in any yard!
Aloe ‘Blue Elf’
Blue Elf Aloe is a favorite for adding a splash of bright color to landscapes when not much else is blooming. These are the right size for small spaces and for adding a vibrant punch of color and texture.
Easily identifiable by it's subdued green to turquoise leaves and how each rosette arches upward like a bowl. Perfect addition to any low maintenance or succulent garden.
Agave parryi var. truncata
An attractive succulent valued for its dramatic foliage. Dazzling silver-blue leaves are abundant, and this aloe is a great bright accent in any landscape. Great for rock gardens!
The Caribbean Agave blends well with a broad range of landscape designs - from tropical to xeriscape! Easy to grow and a dramatic appearance!
Mexican Firecracker can make your landscape pop with color. Dramatic red and yellow flowers appear, rising above the velvety, fuzzy gray-green foliage in spring and early summer!
Sansevieria trifasciata (botanical name) is an easy-to-care-for evergreen perennial from western tropical Africa, and we like to use them as attractive plants for indoors or outdoors!