Aeoniums are without a doubt one of the most ornamental and beautiful of all the succulents. Native to theCanary Islands and the Mediterranean region of North Africa, these eye catching succulents are easy to propagate and great additions to any succulent collection.
Are you looking for Aeoniums? Green ones? Purple ones? Black ones? We have them in all sizes. They work great for weddings and other events, or wall gardens, wreaths etc. Or we can sell an assorted selection in 2″, 4″ or 6″ containers, potted and rooted! We sell plants all year long, no closing down in winter, check out our site
Agaves are exotic, drought-tolerant plants with an amazing garden structure. The agave plant, native to the Southwest and Mexico, fascinates us with its gorgeous array of species. Agaves are called century plants since some species take 100 years to flower in the wild. After development of fruit, the original plant dies, but “suckers” are frequently produced from the base of the stem, which become new plants. You will love all the babies you will get from these agaves!!!
Aloes are native to Africa and the islands of Africa. Most Aloe species have a rosette of large, thick, fleshy leaves. Aloe flowers are tubular, frequently yellow, orange, pink or red, and are borne, densely clustered and pendant, at the apex of simple or branched, leafless stems.
Many species of Aloe appear to be stemless, with the rosette growing directly at ground level; other varieties may have a branched or unbranched stem from which the fleshy leaves spring. These plants will make a lovely, eco-friendly addition to any garden or collection!!
Succulents, from the Latin word ‘succos’, meaning juice, are drought tolerant plants that come in a variety of attractive colors, fascinating shapes, interesting textures and a wide array of sizes. Some are soft and furry, while others are hard and spiky. Others are bright in color, while some mimic the appearance of small stones. Succulents have the unique ability to store moisture in their succulent tissue that either occurs in their leaves, stems or roots. Whether purchasing only a handful, or a complete set of 64, you’re sure to fall in love with the character and beauty of each of our offered succulents!
Succulents should be watered generously in the summer. The potting mix should be allowed to dry between waterings, but do not underwater. During the winter, when the plants go dormant, cut watering back to once every other month. Overwatering and ensuing plant rot is the single most common cause of plant failure. Be aware, though, that an overwatered succulent might at first plump up and look very healthy. However, the cause of death may have already set in underground, with rot spreading upward from the root system. A succulent should never be allowed to sit in water.