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  • Darley Dale

    Sedeveria 'Darley Dale' minima

    A hybrid of Echeveria and Sedum, Darley Dale forms petite, compact green rosettes with small long leaves, growing on a trailing stem winding along the ground or spilling out of containers. Rosettes contract in the cooler season and widen in spring/summer. These are tiny , only growing to a height and width of 5cm before…

  • Graptoveria bicolor

    Graptoveria bicolor

    Graptoveria ‘Bicolor’ is a hybrid succulent plant resulting from the cross between Graptopetalum and Echeveria species. It boasts rosettes of fleshy, pointed leaves that display a unique combination of blue-green and pinkish-red hues, especially when exposed to bright sunlight. The color intensity can vary based on the amount of sunlight the plant receives. Native to…

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    Sedeveria 'Maialen'

    Sedeveria ‘Maialen’ is a hybrid succulent that combines the characteristics of Sedum and Echeveria. It features rosettes of fleshy, green leaves often tinged with pink or red at the edges. The plant’s compact growth habit makes it an attractive ornamental piece. Native to the nursery trade, it doesn’t have a specific natural habitat but thrives…

  • Rolly

    Sedeveria 'rolly'

    An intergeneric hybrid between an unknown Sedum and Echeveria, this South American stonecrop is also known as x Sedeveria ‘Rolly’. It is a self-branching, clumping succulent which features waxy, bright green leaves forming many rosettes of a gorgeous shade of turquoise green. In cooler months the leaves can take on a pinkish-yellow blush but will…