Thursday, September 13, 2012

Echeveria agavoides 'Red Edge'

I think it must be, at least in part, because of the high demand for these plants that the cultivar names multiply like rabbits (or mealybugs! - on other people's plants, of course). These particular plants had more intense and deeper red when being grown in Southern California, but are a little less intense in our climate. Whatever their names, they're deservedly popular.


  1. Love the agavoides, have one in the garden growing well by the ocean in full sun.

  2. Es hermosa no puedo creer toda la variedad de plantas que tienes.
    Un abrazo.

    1. It comes with growing them for over 40 years and having a hard time getting rid of anything. Appreciate your comments.