Types of Succulents
Tough, drought tolerant plant. From groundcovers to retaining walls and hanging baskets, this versatile succulent perennial is a great choice no matter how you choose to use them.
Very few succulents can attain the massive width or height of this grandiose species. Admired for its stately, sculptural pattern and the interest it brings into any landscape.
Easy to grow, prized for its medicinal benefits. Equally admired for the colorful beauty it brings into landscapes. Leave it alone and let it grow in full sun!
Easy to grow, beloved for its coral structure and colors. Turns into a bright fiery red in the winter. Looks like something in an underwater tropical coral reef!
Versatile. Can be used as bonsai or topiary, spread as a low shrub or ground cover, or grown upright where it adds lots of character, indoors or outdoors.
Great choice as a fire-retardant groundcover, water-wise lawn alternative, or in a rock garden or wall! Amazingly hardy plant with a colorful bloom that attracts butterflies.
Can thrive with less water and still bring the “wow” factor to any landscape. The smooth dark green leaves blend in beautifully with our natural habitat.
A collector’s favorite! This is an easy to maintain plant that creates a striking silhouette no matter how you choose to grow one.
Agave desmettiana -v- marginata
An excellent addition to landscapes that could use a little color and beauty. Ultra-drought tolerant with long, graceful, soft dark green leaves with cream and yellow colored edges.