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Granny Smith apple green, succulent foliage, indispensable in echeveria collections for contrasting with the pinks, blues and burgundies of other plants.
Echeveria elegans 'Raspberry Ice' develops lovely pink tones around icy blue interiors especially on older leaves.
Echeveria gibbiflora var. metallica has broad, spoon-shaped bluish leaves glowing with and highlighted in pink on large plants.
'Topsy Turvy' is a distinctive Echeveria with upward curving and folded silver leaves creating a unique succulent rosette.
Echeveria 'Big Red' forms large rosettes of red-flushed foliage with glowing pinkish red edges.
Echeveria 'Black Knight' has succulent rosettes of narrow burgundy leaves.
Echeveria ‘Black Prince’ has rich burgundy rosettes of succulent foliage. Red flowers.
'Perle von Nurnberg' is a classic Echeveria with fabulous lavender-pink rosettes of succulent foliage.
Echeveria 'Red Sky' is an improvement on the classic 'Perle von Nurnberg' with bold pink rosettes.
The rare snow banana is a Musa relative with large, dramatic, paddle-shaped leaves w/ a distinct bluish cast hardy into zone 7b w/ protection.
6-8' long paddle-like green leaves infused with rich burgundy red at least along the edges but, in full sun, throughout foliage.
Loquats (Eriobotrya japonica) are small, handsome subtropical trees with leathery, dark green leaves and delicious, deep yellow fruit.
Eryngium agavifolium is a tough, evergreen plant with cool looking leaves like an agave!