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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.

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

Echeveria setosa is a tender succulent with red flowers and soft, fuzzy silver-white hair on green leaves.

Echeveria 'Black Knight' has succulent rosettes of narrow burgundy leaves.

Echeveria 'Chroma' offers a kaleidoscope of colours from blue-green, apricot, pink, gold, rose-red and near-white all swirled together!

Echeveria 'Melaco' is an evergreen succulent with reddish-brown foliage and orange flowers.

'Perle von Nurnberg' is a classic Echeveria with fabulous lavender-pink rosettes of succulent foliage.

Echeveria ‘Preta’ forms a medium sized rosette of incredible, jet-black leaves with bright green centres that seem to glow in contrast.

Echinops ritro 'Veitch's Blue' is a great, somewhat old-fashioned perennial with wonderful shiny spheres that turn blue as the flowers open which ushers in a period of honey bee madness.

Echium amoenum has short, red, feathery exclamation marks for the hot border that will excite hummingbirds from miles around.

Ensete glaucum is a rare snow banana and a Musa relative with large, paddle-shaped leaves. Zone 7b hardy with protection.

6-8' long paddle-like green leaves infused with rich burgundy red at least along the edges but, in full sun, throughout foliage.

Epimedium 'Yubae' is one of our favourite barrenworts with large, luscious magenta flowers. One of the best!

'Galadriel' is an improved form of Epimedium x rubrum with bolder red spring foliage and deeper burgundy red fall foliage with the great white and red spring flowers.

Epimedium x warleyense 'Orange Queen' is a spreading barrenwort with coppery orange flowers with yellow centres and semi-evergreen leaves.