A unique beauty with a solitary rosette habit and smoky purple coloration. In direct sunlight, smoky purple leaves are formed at the top of the rosette and have subdued burgundy purple dots. As the rosette ages, the ovate leaves lighten to green, forming a two-tone effect. Each leaf has a cinnamon brown terminal spine. Propagation without a license…
Eye-catching succulent with large leaves that sport a lavender hue and chocolate brown markings. Really colors up with cooler temperatures. Good in the border or in containers.
Dark green leaves are long and slender with pronounced burgundy spotting. A waxy coating gives the leaves a minty-green finish. Leaves are packed in tightly to form a spiky rosette. Tiny spines line the margins and a very sharp cinnamon terminal spine. A cross between the genus Manfreda and Agave.
Gray leafed succulent with flat blue-green rounded leaves that are arranged oppositely and flatten together facing towards each other. Leaves take on a pink hue in winter.
One of the largest and fastest growing yuccas. Sharp point and rigid leaves with many filaments. White, bell-shaped flowers sit atop 5' tall spikes and bloom in summer. Heat and drought tolerant, growing well in sandy, well-drained soils.
Low growing Yucca with narrow gray-green leaves and a mounding growth habit. Great accent plant and in rock gardens.
A colorful succulent with clear and consistent variegation. Wide, cream margins are contrasted by deep blue-green centers. Rigid leaves form a relatively low horizontal habit that frames a container quite nicely. Minimal spotting near the crown is secondary to the bright green and cream color. Propagation without a license prohibited.