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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 'Giant' is a larger form than the regular species with silver blue rosettes hardy to zone 8.
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.
‘Moondust’ is a gorgeous hybrid of Echeveria lilacina and E. laui with fleshy, rounded, spoon-shaped, silver-white leaves.
Echeveria longissima var. aztatlensis forms greyish green rosettes with red edges and speckles.
'Topsy Turvy' is a distinctive Echeveria with upward curving and folded silver leaves creating a unique succulent rosette.
Echeveria subsessilis 'Variegata' forms beautiful pale blue rosettes with broad ivory white edges.
Echeveria 'Amistar' forms attractive rosettes of thick, cupped, blue foliage with glowing neon pink edges.
Echeveria 'Ariel' forms compact rosettes of thick, bluish foliage that flushes a beautiful dusty rose with a little stress.
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.
Echeveria 'Blue Apple' forms small colonies of powder blue rosettes with long, upturned leaves with red tips.
Echeveria 'Blue Minima' forms beautiful, small, blue rosettes with red edges.
Echeveria 'Clara' forms small, tight colonies of powder blue rosettes with small rounded leaves.
Echeveria 'Cupid' has long, narrow, succulent leaves with truncated, diamond-shaped tips each with a terminal dimple.
Echeveria 'Dark Ice' forms stunning rosettes that start dusty blue with pink edges turning to rich, deep burgundy red with stress.