Plant Search » Primary Bloomcolor



A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


66 results found for the names starting with 'E'

Displaying from 1 to 25   |   Records per page


Granny Smith apple green, succulent foliage, indispensable in echeveria collections for contrasting with the pinks, blues and burgundies of other plants.

'Crested' is an unusual, rare, stable, cristate form of Echeveria agavoides with young apple green to yellow leaves with red tips.

Echeveria agavoides 'Ebony' has dramatic pointed apple green leaves with red and black tips.

Echeveria agavoides 'Honey Pink' has young apple green leaves tipped with pinkish red aging to glowing pinkish red.

'Lipstick' is a dramatic form of Echeveria agavoides with apple green leaves with tips in bright lipstick red.

Echeveria agavoides 'Miranda' forms lovely rosettes of apple green foliage which are extremely valuable for contrast in mixed containers.

Echeveria agavoides 'Red Tip' has apple green rosettes with bold red leaf edges.

'Romeo' is a special form of Echeveria agavoides in which the normally apple green leaves are flushed and speckled with red.

'Romeo Rubin' is a stunning form of Echeveria agavoides in which the normally apple green leaves are rich red and burgundy.

'Scarlet' is a dramatic form of Echeveria agavoides in which the normally apple green leaves are nearly completely flushed w/ burgundy red.

Echeveria colorata 'Mexican Giant' is a large plant with very thick, fleshy, silver white to silver blue leaves often flushed with lavender pink.

Echeveria elegans 'Raspberry Ice' develops lovely pink tones around icy blue interiors especially on older leaves.

Echeveria haagai 'Tolimanensis' has blue-grey and muted burgundy leaves held on vertical stems.

Echeveria lilacina forms flat rosettes with a "rosebud" shape in shades of silvery-grey almost white with a pearlescent blue hue and lavender flush in sun.

Echeveria nodulosa 'Maruba Benitsukasa' has olive green leaves with lines and flushes of burgundy over raised protrusions.

Echeveria purpusorum 'Red' has small, grey-green rosettes with burgundy-red speckling.

Echeveria rundelli is so super cute forming small rosettes of numerous jelly bean-like, powder blue leaves each with white to blonde whisker-like hairs on the leaf tips.

'Topsy Turvy' is a distinctive Echeveria with upward curving and folded silver leaves creating a unique succulent rosette.

Echeveria subcorymbosa Lau 030 has uniquely angled leaves in tones of blue-green to powder blue with pink and lavender.