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November

Chocolate Drop

Chocolate Drop

Adromischus maculatus
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  • I'm a speckled succulent with beautiful, flat leaves marked in a chocolate brown color.
  • I love sunlight, so set me on a west or south facing windowsill and I'll thrive!
  • In the colder months I like a good soak once a month, and in the warmer months please water me every two weeks.
  • I can grow small, tubular yellow flowers in the spring and summer, especially if I get enough sunlight.
Black Rose

Black Rose

Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’
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  • I'm an especially unique succulent with glossy, dark purple leaves that can range from green in the center to black on the edges.
  • My stems can grow up to 3 feet long, and each of my rosettes can be up to 8 inches wide!
  • Put me in the brightest window you have and I'll keep my dark purple color.
  • During the winter, I need a good soak once a month. In the warmer months I like to be watered once a week.

October

Dragon's Blood

Dragon's Blood

Phedimus spurius
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  • I'm a ground-covering succulent that ranges in color from a dark red to rich green.
  • I don't need much care to thrive, but I do appreciate being fertilized every few months.
  • I love full sun but can easily survive cloudy winters.
  • Water me thoroughly every few weeks and I'll be happy! If I’m in prolonged hot, full sunshine, water me every few days.
Lemon & Lime

Lemon & Lime

Crassula ovata
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  • I'm a shrub succulent that can grow up to 4 feet tall!
  • My leaves are striped in ivory and green, and I'll bloom beautiful clusters of flowers from late winter to early spring.
  • I crave full sunlight and water whenever my soil is completely dry. In the winter, make sure to only water me once a month, or enough to keep my leaves from shriveling.

September

String of Bananas

String of Bananas

Senecio radicans
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  • I'm a brightly colored, fast-growing succulent with vines that can grow up to 3 feet long!
  • My green, banana-shaped leaves are slightly translucent and will propagate easily if they fall off the vine.
  • I appreciate very dry soil and lots of sunlight, and once a year (springtime is best) I could use a light fertilizing.
  • I can live outside in the summer, and when it gets cold enough to frost in the fall, move me back inside.
Topsy Turvy

Topsy Turvy

Echeveria runyonii
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  • I'm a silvery-green succulent with rosettes that can grow up to 10 inches in diameter.
  • My leaves are wide and folded length-wise, and I can grow beautiful orange flowers on tall stems in late summer and fall.
  • Like other Echeveria, I love bright, indirect light and infrequent drenches of water.
  • To avoid mealybugs, don't let me sit in water and remember to remove any dead leaves from the bottom of my stem as needed.

August

Flapjacks

Flapjacks

Kalanchoe thyrsiflora
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  • Named for my round, flat leaves, I'm a hardy succulent whose leaves will flush with red when given lots of sunlight.
  • I love bright, day-long sun exposure and temperatures above 55 ºF.
  • I need regular watering in the summer (just let the top of my soil dry), and in the winter I only need water when my soil is completely dry.
Dedos

Dedos

Sedum pachyphyllum
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  • I grow short, finger-like leaves that look like jelly beans! My leaves are range from icy green to pale blue, and often they'll have pink tips.
  • As a sedum, I require very little care. I'll thrive in both direct and indirect sunlight, and I appreciate some water whenever my soil is completely dry.
  • I'll bloom small yellow flowers in the summer.

July

Firecracker

Firecracker

Crassula capitella subsp. thyrsiflora
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  • Words don't do me justice! I'm named after my pink-red, pointed leaves that look like fireworks.
  • I'll light up the sky when I bloom tiny white flowers at the tops of my rosette chains, which can grow up to 10 inches long.
  • I love soaking up bright sunlight and I need water every 7-10 days in the summertime (only when my soil is completely dry).
Roger

Roger

Crassula rogersii
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  • I'm a small succulent bush with unusual, velvety green leaves. In intense and prolonged sunlight, the tips of my leaves will turn red.
  • I'll grow pale yellow flowers that cluster at the ends of long stems.
  • Like other crassula, I am super hardy and appreciate lots of sunlight. Err on the side of less water, as I appreciate super dry soil. A good soak every 10 or so days is usually enough for me.

June

Rosary Vine

Rosary Vine

Crassula Rupestri
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  • I'm a shrubby succulent with beatiful, bright green leaves that get pink tips in the summer.
  • I will grow little start-shaped pink flowers, and my stems will get woody near the base as I grow taller!
  • I appreciate a good soak every 7-10 days (make sure my soil is bone dry first), and please don't leave me sitting in water.
Coppertone Stonecrop

Coppertone Stonecrop

Sedum nussbaumerianum
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  • Gardeners joke that I'm easier to care for than a stone!
  • I'm the ideal plant for those areas in your home or garden that get intense sunlight.
  • I will bloom beautiful little flowers that are white, star-shaped, and fragrant.
  • I grow more in cooler months, and I appreciate water whenever my soil is completely dry.

May

Lavender Scallops

Lavender Scallops

Kalenchoe fedtschenkoi
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  • Native to Madagascar, I'm a flowering succulent with flat, pale green leaves that have scalloped pink edges.
  • I grow long stems with beautiful, bell-shaped flowers that vary in color from pink to brown.
  • I love lots of sunlight and regular watering. Be sure to let the top of my soil dry between waterings.
Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum

Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum

Sedum clavatum
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  • My beautiful blue-green rosettes can grow up to 2 inches wide, and I'll bloom white, star-shaped flowers in late spring / early summer.
  • As my stems grow, I'll lose some leaves until new, younger stems grow.
  • I enjoy lots of sunlight and dry soil, and I'll root very easily wherever you decide to plant me.

April

Pink Iceplant

Pink Iceplant

Oscularia deltoides
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  • I'm a low-growing, versatile succulent with gorgeous dark pink stems and angled green leaves that have little teeth on them. In spring, I'll bloom large purple flowers.
  • My long stems make me a perfect addition to any hanging basket.
  • In the warmer months, I need water whenever the top inch of my soil dries out. In cool temps, I only need water once a month.
Burgundy

Burgundy

Crassula platyphylla
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  • I'm an elegant succulent with long green leaves that have burgundy tips. My leaves will become more red in cooler temps.
  • My stems and leaves propagate easily, and if you remove my center leaves, new rosettes will grow in their place.
  • I don't need watering very often, so err on the side of under-watering me.

March

Rainbow Bush

Rainbow Bush

Portulacaria afra f. variegata
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  • I am a slow-growing succulent shrub with many small, round variegated leaves, which are a pretty pale green, white, and pink in color. My stems propagate easily as cuttings.
  • I crave bright, indirect sunlight, as prolonged direct sunlight can burn my leaves.
  • In winter, I don't need much water. In warmer months, water me thoroughly every two weeks and make sure my pot has drainage holes.
Lily Pad

Lily Pad

Aeonium Hybrid
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  • I'm a beautiful succulent that grows bunches of bright green, flower-like rosettes. My stems can easily be propagated.
  • I'll grow up to a foot tall, and I'll sprout stalks with yellow flowers!
  • Water me thoroughly every two weeks, just make sure my soil is completely dry first.

February

Love Plant

Love Plant

Anacampseros rufescens
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  • I'm a small succulent that spreads outwards and will only get up to about 4" tall.
  • My leaves are colored an olive green, and they'll turn a deep shade of red-purple in bright sunlight.
  • I prefer partial sun, and I only need to be watered a couple times a month.
Baby Donkey's Tail

Baby Donkey's Tail

Sedum Burrito
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  • I'm a pendant sedum with beautiful leaves that can vary from gray-green to blue-green in color.
  • A couple weeks after I arrive, I need light, even watering regularly to keep slightly moist. After that, I only need water every 10-14 days.
  • If any of my little leaves fall, they can be used to make more of me! Partially nestle any fallen leaves in a soilless medium like sand or perlite and spritz with water daily to propagate.
Ripple Jade

Ripple Jade

Crassula arborescens subsp. undulatifolia Toelken
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  • I'm a succulent shrub that can grow up to 3 feet tall.
  • Be extra careful not to over-water me, and never let me sit in water or my roots will rot.
Dwarf Jade Plant

Dwarf Jade Plant

Crassula ovata 'Crosbys Compact'
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  • I'm a slow-growing, shrubby succulent with beautiful waxy leaves and thick stems.
  • My leaves start green when I'm young and will eventually turn a gorgeous red-orange as I grow in bright sunlight.
  • Along with bright sun, I like regular watering from spring to autumn (as always, let my soil dry out between watering), but during the winter I only need enough water to keep my leaves from shriveling.
Baby Necklace

Baby Necklace

Crassula marnieriana
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  • Did I arrive with one of my stems beheaded? Lucky you! In just a few weeks, I'll grow two or more rosette heads in its place!
  • I'm a fun little Crassula with thick green leaves lined in pink, and I'm easy to grow!
  • I do great indoors in the winter, just water me once every 3 weeks. In the summer I'll need a good soak once a week.
Aeonium Suncup

Aeonium Suncup

Aeonium castello-paivae 'Variegata'
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  • I'm a gorgeous succulent whose leaves vary from yellow to green. I'll produce many offsets and bloom white flowers in the summer.
  • Unlike other succulents, I enjoy shadier, slightly cooler locations (65-75° F) and will do best in regular potting soil vs. cactus soil.
  • Water me whenever my soil is dry from winter to spring, and in the summer months water me less frequently and keep me away from hot, bright sunlight.
Red Echeveria

Red Echeveria

Echeveria ‘Pulv-Oliver’
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  • I need plenty of natural light and water when my soil completely is dry.
  • Please remove any dead leaves as I grow.
  • I do best when repotted during a warm season.
Tiger's Jaw

Tiger's Jaw

Faucaria tigrina
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  • I get my name from the many sharp 'teeth' along my leaves.
  • In the fall, I'll bloom silky, bright yellow flowers.
  • I crave lots of bright sunlight and very little water - only water me when my leaves start feeling rubbery. In extreme heat, I need partial shade and water every few days.
Baby Toes

Baby Toes

Fenestraria
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  • Originally from Namibia and South Africa, I am a unique little succulent with window-like, translucent tops on each of my leaves.
  • I enjoy bright, indirect sunlight and a thorough watering when my soil is completely dry.
  • I need good drainage when potted, and I appreciate a little sand or perlite mixed in with my potting soil.
Kalanchoe 'Behartii'

Kalanchoe 'Behartii'

Kalanchoe 'Behartii'
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  • I'm a cute succulent with flat, pointy-edged, pale green leaves that are soft to the touch.
  • I need regular watering in hotter months, but otherwise appreciate dry soil and limited water.
  • I grow best in partial to full sun, and I can get up to a foot tall.
Gollum Jade

Gollum Jade

Crassula ovata ‘Gollum’
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  • I am a shrubby succulent that can grow up to 3 feet tall.
  • I have tubular, waxy, bright green leaves with red tips. I'll grow little white flowers in the spring.
  • I appreciate full sun, and in the winter, I only need enough water to keep my leaves from shriveling.

January

Ice Princess

Ice Princess

Crassula x justi-corderoyi
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  • I'm a gorgeous hybrid succulent with narrow, textured leaves that range in color from green to gold, then become reddish in intense sunlight.
  • With proper care, I'll grow beautiful stems with clusters of light pink flowers mid-summer!
  • Like other crassula, I can withstand intense sun but am susceptible to over-watering. Water me once a month in wintertime, and every 10 days in summertime.
Star Cactus

Star Cactus

Haworthia retusa
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  • I'm a cute succulent with thick, pointed leaves, and I grow small white flowers in late spring and early summer.
  • I'm slow-growing and stay pretty small - usually just a few inches tall - so I'm perfect for little containers or as part of a succulent arrangement.
  • I don't need much water in the wintertime, and I like bright, indirect sun year-round, as I can sunburn in direct sunlight.

December

Jelly Bean Plant

Jelly Bean Plant

Sedum rubrotinctum
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  • Also called "Christmas Cheer," I get my name from the cute jelly bean-shaped leaves along my stems that range in color from a beautiful green to shades of red and pink.
  • I can grow up to 6 inches tall and spread up to 36 inches wide, and I even grow small yellow flowers in the summertime!
  • I thrive best in dry soil and areas with intense sunlight. Any fallen leaves will easily propagate, so just nestle them halfway into my soil. They'll eventually sprout roots and grow new plants!
Zebra Wart

Zebra Wart

Haworthia reinwardtii
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  • I am a cute, shrubby succulent that varies in color from red-brown to green. I get my name from the little white markings ("warts") along my leaves.
  • Although my growth season is winter, I crave at least 6 hours of bright, indirect sunlight a day. During the hottest months of summer, I'll go dormant and pause growing.
  • Perfect for a beginner plant parent, I don't need much care - just set me on a sunny windowsill or in a pot with other succulents and I'll thrive!

November

Watch Chain

Watch Chain

Crassula muscosa
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  • I'm a super unique succulent with tiny green leaves that are tightly stacked around my long stems, giving me the nickname "Watch Chain".
  • As part of the Crassula family, I'm especially hardy and can withstand cooler temps.
  • Plant me in well-draining soil, water me a couple times a month, and give me partial shade... I'll be happy!
Baby Necklace

Baby Necklace

Crassula marnieriana
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  • Did I arrive with one of my stems beheaded? Lucky you! In just a few weeks, I'll grow two or more rosette heads in its place!
  • I'm a fun little Crassula with thick green leaves lined in pink, and I'm easy to grow!
  • I do great indoors in the winter, just water me once every 3 weeks. In the summer I'll need a good soak once a week.

October

Aeonium Suncup

Aeonium Suncup

Aeonium castello-paivae 'Variegata'
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  • I'm a gorgeous succulent whose leaves vary from yellow to green. I'll produce many offsets and bloom white flowers in the summer.
  • Unlike other succulents, I enjoy shadier, slightly cooler locations (65-75° F) and will do best in regular potting soil vs. cactus soil.
  • Water me whenever my soil is dry from winter to spring, and in the summer months water me less frequently and keep me away from hot, bright sunlight.
Ghost Plant

Ghost Plant

Graptopetalum paraguayense
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  • I'm a hardy succulent with thick, pointed leaves that vary in color from a light, pastel purple to pale blue.
  • My pot needs to have a well-draining soil and drainage holes, and I'll also do great with a mixture of soil, sand, and rock.
  • I love a good soak when watered, but these soaks should be infrequent (10-14 days) and only when my soil is dry.

September

Dwarf Jade Plant

Dwarf Jade Plant

Crassula ovata 'Crosbys Compact'
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  • I'm a slow-growing, shrubby succulent with beautiful waxy leaves and thick stems.
  • My leaves start green when I'm young and will eventually turn a gorgeous red-orange as I grow in bright sunlight.
  • Along with bright sun, I like regular watering from spring to autumn (as always, let my soil dry out between watering), but during the winter I only need enough water to keep my leaves from shriveling.
Tiger Tooth Aloe

Tiger Tooth Aloe

Aloe juvenna
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  • I have beautiful bright green leaves that are flecked with white and turn red-brown in full sun.
  • I rarely need repotting, but if I'm outgrowing my pot or I've stopped growing, it's best to repot me during the spring. Use a mixture of 2/3 cactus soil and 1/3 sand or pebbles.
  • I should never be left to sit in stagnant water and love intense sunlight. Ease me from indirect sun into direct sun slowly, adding about 1 additional hour in direct sun a day until I can tolerate full, direct sunlight.

August

Baby Donkey's Tail

Baby Donkey's Tail

Sedum burrito
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  • I'm a pendant sedum with beautiful leaves that can vary from gray-green to blue-green in color.
  • A couple weeks after I arrive, I need light, even watering regularly to keep slightly moist. After that, I only need water every 10-14 days.
  • If any of my little leaves fall, they can be used to make more of me! Partially nestle any fallen leaves in a soilless medium like sand or perlite and spritz with water daily to propagate.
Drunkard's Dream

Drunkard's Dream

Hatiora salicornioides
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  • I'm a bushy cactus with long, segmented stalks that can grow up to two feet tall!
  • I will flower beautiful yellow flowers at the tops of my stalks.
  • I need about a month’s rest after I flower, so water sparingly during this period. Also - try not to move me after I flower or my fragile flowers might fall off!

July

Happy Young Lady

Happy Young Lady

Cotyledon 'Happy Young Lady'
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  • I have pretty, purple-tipped leaves and love lots of sunlight!
  • I appreciate fertilizer a couple times during my growing season (the summer). Just be sure to pick one that is specifically formulated for cactus and succulents.
  • In the summer, I'll grow long stalks that will bloom orange bell-shaped flowers.
Pink Moonstones

Pink Moonstones

Pachyphytum oviferum Purpus
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  • I get my name from my gorgeous, pink-gray leaves.
  • I love full sun and well-draining soil, but can also tolerate partial sun. I cannot tolerate frost.
  • My growing season is in the winter, and during this time I will grow stalks with red-orange flowers, and I'll require more regular watering. You'll be able to tell I need water because my leaves will appear a bit wilted and my soil will be completely dry.

June

Variegated Bear's Paws

Variegated Bear's Paws

Cotyledon tomentosa 'Variegata'
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  • I get my name from the little brown-red "claws" that will grow on the tips of my leaves as I mature.
  • My growing season is in the summer, which is when I need more regular watering.
  • Be sure to keep me in well-draining soil and plenty of sunlight.
Graptosedum 'Bronze'

Graptosedum 'Bronze'

Faucx Graptosedum 'Bronze'
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  • I'm a small reddish-brown succulent with leaves that whorl around my stem.
  • I can grow up to 6 inches tall, and I'll eventually spread or drape over the edge of my pot.
  • I grow very easily and need standard care: lots of sunlight, more water in the summer and less in the winter. Be sure not to over-water me.

May

String of Buttons

String of Buttons

Crassula perforata
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  • Native to South Africa, I get my name from the flat bunches of leaves on my stems that look like little buttons.
  • While I'm young, my stems will stand up straight, and as I grow they'll become pendant, making me a great addition to a hanging basket.
  • I grow relatively quickly, crave well-draining soil and full sun, and I appreciate partial midday shade in hot summer climates.
Belle Blue

Belle Blue

Pachyveria 'Belle Blue'
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  • I have gorgeus leaves that vary in color from a muted powdery blue to pale lavander.
  • My leaves grow together in compact bunches, and once a year, I will grow a long stem with pretty pink-red flowers on it.
  • I am a sibiling of the Powder Puff succulent, and my care is similar: I crave dry soil and intense sunlight.

April

Cobweb Houseleek

Cobweb Houseleek

Sempervivum arachnoideum L.
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  • I'm less spooky than I look! I am a low-growing plant with fine, cobweb-like hairs at the tips of my leaves.
  • I will grow pink flowers once a year.
  • During the winter months, I don't need much water at all. During the summer, I need more regular watering (just make sure my soil is dry in between waterings).
Chocolate Soldier / Panda Bear Plant

Chocolate Soldier / Panda Bear Plant

Kalanchoe tomentosa
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  • No matter which name you call me, I'm a very low-maintenance succulent that will grow adorable, bell-shaped golden flowers.
  • I grow slowly, so please be patient with me!
  • I like medium to full light and very little water.
Blue Bird

Blue Bird

Crassula arborescens subsp. undulatifolia
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  • I'm a close relative of the Ripple Jade, and like my cousin, I cannot tolerate over-watering.
  • When repotting me, make sure to gently crumble away old soil from my roots before putting me in fresh, dry cactus soil and do not water me for a week or so. This will help keep me healthy.
Coppertone Stonecrop

Coppertone Stonecrop

Sedum nussbaumerianum
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  • I come in many different tones of copper and yellow, and gardeners joke that I'm easier to care for than a stone - hence my name!
  • I'm the ideal plant for those areas in your home or garden that get intense sunlight.
  • I will bloom beautiful little flowers that are white, star-shaped, and fragrant.

March

Pink Jelly Bean

Pink Jelly Bean

Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora'
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  • I get my name from the jelly bean-shaped, red-brown leaves along my stems.
  • I can grow up up to 6 inches tall and spread up to 36 inches wide, and I even grow small flowers in the summertime.
  • I will thrive best in dry soil and areas with intense sunlight.
Powder Puff

Powder Puff

x Pachyveria
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  • I'm a hybrid between Pachyphytum oviferum and Echeveria cante, and I crave dry soil and intense sunlight.
  • My leaves will turn a pastel shade of violet in strong sunlight.
  • I'll grow beautiful, bell-shaped cascading flowers in the summer.
Tiger's Jaw

Tiger's Jaw

Faucaria tigrina
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  • I got my name from the many sharp 'teeth' along my leaves.
  • I'm a perennial that will bloom silky, bright yellow flowers in the fall.
  • In extreme heat, I need some shade and water every few days. Otherwise, I will be just fine with occasional water and full-time sun.