1. Echeveria Cubic Frost
Echeveria Cubic Frost is a stunning succulent with silver coated lilac leaves that turn baby pink with lots of sun exposure. The leaves are distinctively upturned, pointy, symmetrical, and fleshy. This species grows quickly and can produce offsets freely, creating attractive clusters of lavender rosettes that can get up to 10 inches in diameter.
In late spring to early summer, it produces lovely coral bell-shaped flowers.
Bright Light, Full Sun.
April to August.
Avoid letting water sit for too long in the rosette to prevent rot and fungal diseases.
Dead leaves should be removed from the plant as soon as possible to ward off pests.
2. Variegated String of Buttons
Crassula perforata ‘Variegata’ is a variegated form of Crassula perforata. It grows and spreads out considerably fast into shrubs of up to 18 inches (46 cm) tall. The leaves are up to 1 inch (2.5 cm) long. Variegated leaves are gathered at the top of the plant and the lower leaves lose their variegation. It blooms with pale yellow flowers in spring.
It blooms with pale yellow flowers in spring.
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Avoid letting water sit for too long in the soil to prevent rot and fungal diseases.
3. Cactus Mini Rat's Tail
Aporocactus Flagelliformis - Mini Rat's Tail Cactus, native to Mexico, is a unique succulent. It is distinctive for its long, trailing stems, fine spines that grow to 6 feet in length at maturity. The overall color of the plant is green when young but the stems age to almost beige color.
Pink, crimson to red, abundant, fragrant, and attractive to hummingbirds and pollinators.
Full sun to partial shade.
Water generously during the active growth period and very sparingly during the rest period.
Porous and well-drained cactus mix.
4. Sempervivum Calcareum
It is a succulent perennial plant that can reach 6 inches (15 cm) tall.
Its rosettes are beautifully symmetrical with a dome shape. The leaves are blue-green and have pointy burgundy tips.
Sempervivum Calcareum forms dense mats by multiplying via short-stalked offsets.
In summer, some mature rosettes produce clusters of starry, yellow-eyed, light pink flowers on thick stalks.
The rosettes that flower will naturally die afterward, but by this time, the plant has likely produced many offsets that will continue to grow.
Gritty soil, Sandy.
Full Sun or Partial shade.
Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch, then let drain completely. Reduce watering to a minimum during winter.
Temperature: Prefers warm summer temperatures (65ºF/18ºC – 70ºF/21ºC).
In winter, it can tolerate temperatures down to freezing.
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