Purple Ice Plant

Low growing carpet-like, succulent, native to South Africa but amazingly hardy in North America; bright purple daisy-like flowers cover the ground; green foliage has burgundy overtones in fall; perfect for xeriscapes, rock gardens, screes and sandy soils.

Century Plant

As an ornamental, this variety is usually grown in rock gardens, cactus and succulent gardens; generally smaller when grown in containers; will tend to dominate the lanscape; it is very spiny so not good along walkways but makes a great accent planting.

Hardy Ice Plant

Low growing carpet-like, succulent, native to South Africa but amazingly hardy in North America; bright yellow daisy-like flowers cover the ground; green foliage has burgundy overtones in fall; perfect for xeriscapes, rock gardens, screes and sandy soils.

Color Guard Adam’s Needle

Wow, this is one showy plant, with its succulent creamy white sword-like leaves with green margins radiating from the center of the plant, pinkish in fall; the tall spire of nodding bell-like flowers in summer is a daring bonus, loves dry soils and sun.

Cobweb Hens And Chicks

You’ve likely never seen anything like this – the name is well deserved, as the small balls of succulent leaves are covered in fine silver hairs, truly resembling a network of cobwebs between each leaf and between the rosettes; a most unusual plant

Echeveria

Echeveria is a stunning succulent that adds amazing texture and color to terrariums and container gardens.

Pencil Cactus

Pencil Cactus adds unique design and color to succulent gardens.

Jade Plant

Jade Plant has spoon-like leaves are a great way to add texture to succulent gardens.

Tiger Jaw

Tiger Jaw is a succulent that is fun to watch as it grows, with its form extending out and open to showcase its unique shape.

Aloe Vera

An attractive plant in the garden, and also widely used in commercial trade as an ointment or herbal remedy; produces racemes of dainty flowers in summer; a wonderful garden or container accent.