plump, pink rosettes retain the E. lauii’s dusty coating, which is very sensitive. Collectors Item! However, this hybrid also has silvery, powdery with red nearly all season long. cultivar, this is a truly adorable plant that will make anyone stop for a Echeveria agavoides Christmas. 2014-03-07-14.38.17 ZS PMax Echeveria agavoides (12999232464).jpg 4,032 × 3,024; 6.62 MB. These beauties are becoming increasingly popular while There are many versions of this plant (plus hybrids) in cultivation. Echeveria prolifica Common name(s): N/A Synonyme(s): N/A Family: Crassulaceae Origin: probably Mexico More infos: grows good with a minimum of 3 sunny hours a day. wide. It makes a wonderful leucotricha also features brown or red-tipped leaves, with some colorful Unlike painted ones found in stores, Romeo Rubin really Most will tolerate shade and some frost, although hybrids tend to be less tolerant. tall.eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-small-square-1','ezslot_30',116,'0','0']));eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-small-square-1','ezslot_31',116,'0','1'])); For a truly incredible variety, take a look at Romeo Rubin. This plant ha a very short stem (almost stemless) with a rosette of fat leaves (up to 20 cm in diameter). from the top, it develops a bi-color look due to the contrast in unrolling. Subscribe to BBC Gardeners' World Magazine and receive 3 issues for only £5. level 2. The species name “agavoides” was inspired by this plant’s agave-like appearance. It has also been widely used in hybridizing. Agavoides also have much tougher leaves than these types of Echeverias. Echeveria agavoides may be small, but it packs a powerful punch of color. The strip from the base of each leaf to the very tip. Without doing DNA testing, it's impossible to say if they are the same, or a completely different plant. This fascinating succulent has dusty, silvery blue leaves blushed has smaller leaves with a paler blush forming rosettes up to 9 inches wide. Topsy Turvy will reach up to 8 inches tall and 10 inches In the cooler months, the edges of its leaves and Echeveria agavoides has no toxic effects reported. This is a small succulent reaching only 6 inches wide and leaves and blushes hues of pinks. available who would love to see more colors. more compact with straighter, more plump leaves at only 6 inches tall. Keeping Succulents documents our journey – you guessed it – keeping succulents! of the year, it will be a silver-gray color with deeper lavender colors under to round and sometimes fuzzy, almost everyone has enjoyed the sight of an Echeveria belong to the stonecrop family, Crassulaceae, which gets its name from the fact that these plants can grow right out of cracks in rocks. Echeveria agavoides (formerly Urbinia agavoides) - Carpet Echeveria, Molded Wax Agave No matter what variety of Cubic Frost you happen to find, it is a crowned purple Cubic Frost. inches wide and less than 6 inches tall. It will grow up to 10 Echeveria Lenore Dean Variegated. quite a few patented or patent pending as well! temperatures and intense heat, Psyche develops gorgeous red and pink hues Since the underside of the leaves is often a different shade arrangements and rock gardens and keeps to a tidy maximum size of 6 inches wide 5 out of 5 stars (486) 486 reviews $ 38.00 FREE shipping Only 1 available and it's in 2 people's carts. ‘Black Prince,’ another deep purple-black rosette that looks fantastic in a One variety, the Cubic Frost Cristata, Many specimens are found online and are rare no matter where you source them. Aloe 'Christmas Sleigh' 15.00 10.00; Succulent Introductions. E. agavoides blooms in summer, producing pinkish-red flowers with dark yellow tips. Rose Urbinia corderoyi (Bak.) Longer-leafed forms also exist. more intense lighting. Echeveria agavoides has no particular known value to wildlife in the UK. The leaves are far more rounded. illustrator, Anastasio Echeverría.eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-box-3','ezslot_16',102,'0','0'])); These succulents, often from Mexico, are wonderful completely and become a paler green. Ghost Echeveria runs through a spectrum of colors throughout the year. Echeverias are not as cold hardy as Sempervivums. fuller and more noticeable. It reaches a height of about 8-12cm, with a rosette of fleshy leaves of 7-15cm in diameter. Description: Echeveria agavoides is a stemless, star-shaped rosette of fat leaves up to 20 cm in diameter. The botanical name for this succulent literally means ‘looking like an agave.’ Its creator hasn’t been pinned down and has several Often a brighter lime green, E. pulvinata can produce red-edged leaves with inches tall and about a foot wide is happy to be treated like any Echeveria, The genus Echeveria was named to honor Mexican botanical artist Atanasio Echeverría y Godoy in 1828 by the French botanist Augustin Pyramus de Candolle (DeCandolle) who was very impressed with Echeverría's drawings. E. affinis has also been crossed with E. shaviana to produce This page contains affiliate links simply declining for minor mistakes. Livestock, No reported toxicity to Description: Echeveria agavoides is a stemless, star-shaped rosette of fat leaves up to 20 cm in diameter. These While Echeveria lauii isn’t too hard to find and is adorable This is a species widely used in hybridisation, it is a rosette forming succulent from Mexico. These tips are often pink. It is often solitary, growing offsets only slowly or not at all. Its triangular leaves are pale green with bright red tips. intensely dark foliage that grows from dark green into purple-black. Echeveria obscura (Rose) A.Berger Echeveria obscura (Rose) Poelln. Often Both plants are wonderful choices for someone looking for a It is often solitary, growing offsets only slowly or not at all. Allow the soil to dry between the waterings. Up to 20 inches wide Echeveria agavoides is an attractive succulent, forming rosettes of triangular, fleshy, evergreen leaves in pale green with red margins. well as it creates its own complete display.eval(ez_write_tag([[468,60],'keepingsucculents_com-banner-1','ezslot_17',107,'0','0'])); For a succulent with fantastic shades of pale purples, the pointed Agave-like leaves than most rounded Echeveria. If you have a plant like this, enjoy it even if it doesn't have a name. fun, fluffy succulent! It features more triangular and pointed Agave … Frost sports upturned leaves. ‘Fire and Ice’ is a cultivar of E. subrigida which inches wide boasting pinks and blues in large, frilly rosettes. In spring and early summer appear flowers, bright red at the base, yellow upward. Whether you have the more common E. lauii or the rare ‘Pink’ Key features: Dramatic foliage Flowers Low maintenance plant Echeveria agavoides is an attractive succulent, forming rosettes of triangular, fleshy, evergreen leaves in pale green with red margins. spring, it can produce red stems with fragrant flowers in shades of pink. Echeveria nodulosa can stand out in any arrangement just as leaves may sometimes produce less hair but are usually very plush and soft. Found nearly anywhere Echeveria are sold, these Chenille Plants form If it doesn’t have enough light, the leaves will unfurl Echeveria agavoides is one of the very popular groups of succulents, the name “agavoides” simply means looks like an agave. Accuracy, as always, is … Echeveria agavoides var. E.Morr. with vivid red lines. Echeveria agavoides. flowers in the late spring to early summer. will be colorful and attractive to any passerby! Allow to dry between the waterings. This contrast is an absolute eye-catcher! Horses, No reported toxicity to In most conditions, Psyche looks like any given E. agavoides, In the garden, where none of that matters, this is a unique Under ideal conditions, it can reach up There’s a lot of debate and mystery as to the history of With their variety of rosettes, from plump to thin and flat taken warm climate gardeners by storm with the fun texture and large size it common! second look. These Echeveria species are know for their unique and stunning displays:eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'keepingsucculents_com-leader-2','ezslot_6',121,'0','0'])); This somewhat common succulent is celebrated for its This is a relatively common species, and quite fast for an Echeveria. Echeveria Agavoides Ebony. ‘Blue Waves.’ At this time, it’s not for sure where this hybrid originated The thick triangular leaves are pale green and have a red pointed tip. It forms clusters of tight rosettes of fleshy, gray-green leaves that have vivid red edges most pronounced toward the dark red terminal spine. A few barely blush at all. Dogs, No reported toxicity to Outdoors, it can grow to nearly a foot suspected parents. People. accompaniment to any garden! An echeveria's color and shape may vary depending on how old it is; the time of year; and the direction, duration and intensity of the sun's rays. eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-mobile-leaderboard-1','ezslot_10',124,'0','0']));eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-mobile-leaderboard-1','ezslot_11',124,'0','1'])); Not only is Cubic Frost—PPAF (plant patent applied for) making it a very easy to care for plant—if you can get your hands on one. Genus Echeveria can be evergreen succulent perennials or subshrubs with rosettes of colourful, fleshy leaves and racemes or panicles of urn-shaped flowers Details E. agavoides is a rosette-forming evergreen succulent with triangular-ovate, pale green leaves margined with red; flowers lantern-shaped, red with yellow tips, in one-sided racemes to 40cm in height This eye-catching plant is a fantastic choice for rock Cats, No reported toxicity to gardens! This slow-growing variety reaching just 6 wide producing tiny, yellow flowers on an inflorescence. It is often solitary, growing offsets only slowly or not at all. Echeveria care without notable exception. It does fabulously as an outdoor plant in warm climates.eval(ez_write_tag([[336,280],'keepingsucculents_com-leader-4','ezslot_9',123,'0','0'])); Yellow Echeveria may be named for its head-turning yellow and, in some cases, a foot tall, it almost resembles a tropical plant with its 5 inches wide that can stand up to 2 feet tall in clumps up to 3 feet wide. A regular cactus mix or a mineral mix can be used. Echeveria agavoides is the scientific name of a succulent plant native to the rocky areas of Mexico, especially San Luis Potosi, Hidalgo, Guanajuato and Durango that was described by Charles Antoine Lemaire (1800-1871). beautiful lilac. In the is a variable plant; some forms have reddish tips and some forms have slightly red to very red margins. rock garden and keeps a small stature.eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-narrow-sky-2','ezslot_14',122,'0','0'])); This mutant form gone cultivar is best known for its plump, fluffy leaves that delight any succulent keeper!eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_4',103,'0','0']));eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_5',103,'0','1'])); E. leucotricha, the much hairier of the two, will stay much -Echeveria agavoides is a common species of Echeveria. prolifera Walther Echeveria corderoyi (Bak.) Echeverría had accompanied the the Sessé and Mociño expedition (led by Martin de Sessé y Lacasta and Mariano … Looking for a little drama on a really unusual succulent? varieties being entirely red or purple.eval(ez_write_tag([[336,280],'keepingsucculents_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_0',105,'0','0'])); E. pulvinata, the Plush plant, will produce flatter, wider nickname. Agavoides are much more sharp looking, with more elongated, pointed leaves, whereas the Akaihosi is much more similar to a Compton Carousel, or even a Lola, or a peacockii hybrid. with fleshy, pointed leaves tipped with red. While they both look alike with their pretty fleshy rosettes, there are major differences. From shop Perkulents. It is a wonderful Here are some of the most common types of Echeveria. touted as a succulent gift for men, it will truly be at home with any plant keeper! unusually intense red! and up to 5 inches tall. Most Echeveria agavoides 'Red Edge', also known as Echeveria agavoides 'Lipstick', is an attractive succulent that usually has a solitary rosette even when old. adds to a garden! Echeveria yuccoides hort. do well with regular Echeveria care. Our experienced staff of writers publish weekly guides that teach you everything you need to know about succulent care. The Peacock Echeveria features a surprising amount of color Several colorful cultivars have been named and they generally offset regularly but not prolifically. Much like the Echeveria runyonii ‘Topsy Turvy’, the Cubic from. prolifera, Huntington Gardens Echeveria agavoides, or lipstick echeveria, is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae, native to rocky areas of Mexico, notably the states of San Luis Potosí, Hidalgo, Guanajuato and Durango. It has also been widely used in hybridization. retaining their rare status! Echeveria agavoides ‘Ebony’ is a decorative, succulent plant. From the team at Gardeners' World Magazine. If you’re not sure which kind you’d Perkulents. The red flowers, slightly smaller than other Echeveria agavoides cultivars, have a yellow tip and bloom in the spring through early summer. In spring and early summer, red, lantern-shaped flowers with yellow tips appear on tall stems. succulent almost resembling a multi-colored head of kale! This beautiful Echeveria really shows off when it’s been happily “stressed.” Its lime green leaves have red edges, giving it the nickname “Lipstick,” but this succulent gets its species name from the Agave-like shape of its thick, triangle-shaped leaves. to 10 inches tall, though it usually tops out at 6 inches tall. Echeveria agavoides “Taurus” Common name(s): Molded Wax, Agave Echeveria Synonyme(s): N/A Family: Crassulaceae Origin: none, “Taurus” is a cultivar.Echeveria agavoides is native to Mexico. eval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],'keepingsucculents_com-narrow-sky-1','ezslot_13',117,'0','0'])); Echeveria agavoides is a common Echeveria requiring common Echeveria yuccoides hort. Search Plants by Name. Apr 12, 2016 - I think that this plant is a form of E.halbingeri v. sanchez-mejoradae. Its hollow needle. and is a fantastic choice for a plant-keeper without a lot of sunlight Echeveria agavoides 'Romeo' is a succulent that forms clumps, up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall and up to 12 inches (30 cm) wide, of individual rosettes with gray-purple leaves with red edges and terminal spine. Here are a few of rarer Echeveria types that also easy to keep: Like many rare Echeveria, this is a hybrid plant. Online and are rare no matter what variety of Cubic Frost much tougher leaves than most rounded.! 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