- Succulents Annual Species 4 1/2"
Full Sun (6+ hr)
Part Sun (4-6 hr)
Shade (up to 4 hr)
Grown in a 4.5 inch pot
Bloom time: Late fall
Height: 5 - 7 cm
Spread:10 - 15 cm
Water Requirements: Average to dry
Plant Habit: Compact
Special Attributes: Drought tolerant, foliage, easy care
Each pot contains just one plant variety of the species. The selection varies based on seasonal availability and is the greenhouse choice at time of delivery. If you want to choose a specific variety purchase a gift card and come to the greenhouse or farmers’ markets to hand select your plant.
Aloe vera Green
Medicinal aloe vera that most commonly used to treat sunburns and skin irritations. Grow in direct sun in the home and water when the soil becomes dry to the touch.
A very popular species of succulents that can do well indoors. Some of the plants in this category are also known as Jade plants. These plants are distinguished by their leaves becoming thicker as they age. These plants are very easy to grow and make great statements in fairy gardens and succulent containers.
Echeveria come in a variety of different colours, shapes and sizes! Known by a rosette of thick leaves on a short stem. They make great house plants once the temperatures begin to drop, and are easy to care for requiring little water during the winter.
Haworthia, are small & slow growing succulents resembling miniature Aloe plants due to the similar growth habit & leaf shape. Some grow in clusters by forming pups. These pups can be removed to produce new plants or can be left to form a large cluster.
Trailing Senecio make great spillers in mixed succulent containers. There are so many different shapes to the leaves that they can also be great on their own in a hanging basket.