Echeveria Shaviana ‘Truffles’ is a beautiful succulent that forms rosettes of fleshy upcurved purple-blue leaves with very crinkly edges. Needs well-draining porous soil, water thoroughly when soil is dry, protect from frost. Excellent for windowsill culture or for dish gardens. The striking Flowers Are Pink and Yellow And Appear in Late Summer. Most Common Echeveria Species are not Complicated Succulents to Grow,
Echeveria ‘Lovely Rose’, is an attractive, small succulent plant with tightly compacted, plump, gray-green leaves.‘Lovely Rose’ is a small succulent belonging to Crassulaceae botanical family. The plant has a rosette of leaves and can grow up to 20 cm in diameter. Leaves are very particular: fleshy, obovate pointed at the apex, silver-green glaucous in color. The rosette is compact and leaves tend to close toward the center taking on a shape similar to the rose blossom, for this reason this hybrid is called ‘Lovely Rose’. The succulent can grow lonely or in clumps depending on climate conditions. This hybrid is very rare and appreciated by collectors for its particular color. For its resemblance to the rose flower is usually used like centerpiece.
Sedum dasyphyllum ‘Minor’ is a small succulent shrub with opposite, blue-green and purple (more purple in the sun) leaves and creeping stems forming shrubs.The blooms are white and small with little black dots on the petals and green ovaries. Sedum plant needs more water in the spring and summer, but you can allow the topsoil to become slightly dry between each watering. During the winter season, reduce watering.