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Kalanchoe tomentosa or Panda Plant: Thick leaves have dark brownish-black edges and are covered in fuzzy silver hairs! A fun and fuzzy plant choice to add character to your mixed planter. In warm climates, greenish-white flowers bloom in late fall to early winter. Typically grows 6-8" tall, though very mature plants may grow up to 18" tall.

Thick leaves have dark brownish-black edges and are covered in fuzzy silver hairs! A fun and fuzzy plant choice to add character to your mixed planter.

Echeveria 'Black Prince' - Noted to attract hummingbirds when in bloom

Echeveria 'Black Prince' - 2016 In outdoor pot. First propagation attempt in progress.

Pink Bride

Pink Bride It was a feeling whitish all the time while autumn leaves did not advance, but it began to gradually become pink. I expect that the pink will become stronger from the name, I wonder if the whole body will dye after next year ~

Echeveria nodulosa or Painted Echeveria: A very unique color pattern, this succulent has sage-green foliage that is brushed with rich burgundy tones. Tall spikes of showy pale-yellow flowers appear in mid summer in its native climate. Colorful plants are a nice addition to succulent planters and require minimal watering. Thrives in sandy, dry soil in cool sun to part shade.

A very unique color pattern, this succulent has sage-green foliage that is brushed with rich burgundy tones.

Kalanchoe gastonis bonnieri or Donkey Ears: This donkey ear succulent is a favorite for its unique leaves that become more prominent and bold in size with mule-like spots. Plants are known for the way new baby plants form, for their big and bold flower stems and blooms, and for attracting hummingbirds which love the flowers.

This donkey ear succulent is a favorite for its unique leaves that become more prominent and bold in size with mule-like spots.

Purple Succulent or Hen & Chicks

Beautiful vibrant purple rosette beautiful in any wedding bouquet, centerpiece or favor.

Adromischus cooperi Plover Eggs Plant  Family: Crassulaceae (krass-yoo-LAY-see-ee) (Info) Genus: Adromischus (ad-roh-MIS-kus) (Info) Species: cooperi (koo-PER-ee) (Info)  Read more: http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/61305/#ixzz2QGvtmIGV

Adromischus cooperi Plover Eggs Plant Family: Crassulaceae (krass-yoo-LAY-see-ee) (Info) Genus: Adromischus (ad-roh-MIS-kus) (Info) Species: cooperi (koo-PER-ee) (Info) Read more: http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/61305/#ixzz2QGvtmIGV

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