Succulents & Herbs
Succulent plants are a type of xerophyte. They have fleshy leaves with the ability to store water, allowing them to thrive in dryer climates. All cacti are succulents, but not all succulents are cacti.
Display 1. The colorful flapjack plant (Kalanchoe luciae) in a patina-toned, cement container.
Display 2. Hanging coconut husk basket featuring Blue Pencil plants, an Aeonium Irish bouquet, and Hanging Crescents.
Display 3. Succulent garden in terracotta container with including Blue Pencils, Hobbit (red tips), Hen-and-Chicks, and others.
Display 4. Dense selection of various Hen-and-Chicks (sempervivum tectorum or Echeveria elegans), with Purple Rose and Kiwi varieties included.
Display 5. Indoor succulent garden bedded in blue glass pebbles, featuring the purple “Schwartzkopf” Aconium arboreum (rounded leaves) and the Hen-and-Chicks (pointed leaves).
Display 6. A tightly planted mix of varieties of Sedum, Agave (spiked leaf tips), Hens-and-Chicks, Maternity Plants, and others.
Display 7. Bowl gardens make an interesting visual centerpiece. Tall Aconium arboreum “Schwartzkopf” are surround by other succulents with contrasting colors and geometries.
Display 8. Large outdoor simulated natural stone cylinder with Agave and Pencil Cactus.