Tender Indoor Succulents

5 Tender Succulents Collection

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A collection of 5 stunning tender succulent plants. This collection gives you lots of color and variety of form that you only get with succulents. Let us pick out some of our favorites for you from the Aeonium, Crassula, Echeveria and other amazing...

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Aeonium Blushing Beauty

$5.99

Aeonium Blushing Beauty is a well named variety. Beautiful, tight clusters of green rosettes blush a soft crimson in the summer sun or when somewhat stressed by drought. Looks fantastic mixed with other summer annuals or when grown in terracotta pots...

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Aloe Donnie

$4.99

Donnie is a multicolored aloe hybrid. Dark green leaves are dotted with white ridges and outlined in soft pink. This compact Aloe succulent is very heat and drought tolerant once it's established. Grow in partial to full sun. It can be grown both indoors...

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Aloe Vera Medicinal

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Aloe vera, or true aloe is frequently used for medicinal purposes. This succulent is easy to grow and makes a great houseplant. Aloe vera grows quickly, so plant in a pot that will give the roots plenty of space. Protect your plant from freezing...

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Crassula Buddha’s Temple

$7.99

Buddhas Temple is a mini square shaped, symmetrical column of leaves. This amazing variety is a hybrid of Crassula pyramidalis and Crassula perfoliata. Grows best with some protection from intense full sun. It is drought tolerant. Adaptable as a...

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Crassula Campfire

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Crassula coccinea Campfire is a brilliantly colored plant. The bright green, narrow leaves shoot upwards turning crimson red like a burning fire. The striking contrast and shape of this succulent makes is stand out. This crassula plant grows in a...

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Crassula Jitters Jade Plant

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Crassula ovata undulata Jade Plant Jitters grows with wavy, twisting bright green leaves. The edge of each leaf has a thin line of scarlet red.This crassula plant grows in a compact mound. Fertilize regularly for best results. Plant in full to part shade...

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Crassula ovata Jade

$4.99

Jade Plant is also known as Friendship Tree, Lucky Plant and Money Tree. This popular houseplant succulent has small pink or white flowers. Jade plant grows as a compact shrub with fleshy, round leaves. Besides being a common houseplant, it also make a...

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Echeveria Afterglow

$7.99

Afterglow is a vigorous echeveria. Its wide dusty-lavender leaves are rimmed with bright pink edges. Flowers are a deep orange-red. Afterglow can tolerate shade, but will display the brightest colors with full sun. Can be planted indoors or out...

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Echeveria elegans Grey Red

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Echeveria Grey Red's porcelain gray leaves are highlighted with red coloring. Gray Red Echeveria elegans is perfect for mixed containers. Not cold hardy. Foliage Color: Gray-GreenMature Size: 5-7" DiameterShipping Size: You'll receive approx. a 3-4" pot...

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Echeveria Parva

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Echeveria Parva grows in a mat of icy blue rosettes. Bright red spots of color adorn the leaf tips. This is a smaller echeveria variety (in latin, parva means dwarf). For best results plant in full to partial sun. Bicolor bell shaped golden and orange...

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Echeveria Purpusorum

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Purpusorum is a small, unique variety of Echeveria. It grows in a crowded rosette of short, pointed leaves. The coloring of Echeveria purpusorum is just as peculiar as its form. The top sides of the leaves are mottled white while the under sides are...

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Echeveria shaviana Pink Frills

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Echeveria Pink Frills is a beautiful ruffled variety. Its coloring becomes more and more lovely as it matures. Pink Frills blue-green leaves are shaded with pink and have great wavy edges. The pink coloring is brightest in the summer. Grows best with...

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Echeveria Topsy Turvy

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Echeveria Topsy Turvy is a light blueish gray with leaves that twist giving the appearance that the plant is upside down. Fertilize regularly for best results. Grow in full to part sun. This succulent plant is heat and drought tolerant; deadheading is...

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Faucaria tigrina Tiger Jaws

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Tiger Jaws succulent resembles the open jaws of a fanged animal. Thick triangular leaves have of soft, curved "teeth" that direct water to the roots of the plant. Tiger Jaws grows in a compact clump. This distinctive plant is very low maintenance and is...

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Sedum Nussbaumerianum

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Nussbaumerianum is a tender sedum variety with lemon yellow and copper leaves. This succulent plant has white blooms January-April. Crassulaceae family. Blooms and leaves brush off easily. Some may come off during shipping. Leave them laying on the soil...

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Senecio rowleyanus String of Pearls

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String of Pearls has a very distinct appearance. This succulent is best appreciated as a trailing plant in a hanging basket or as a spiller in containers. This plant makes a great houseplant near a window that receives bright light. Not cold hardy...

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Tender Succulent Plants

Young's offers several amazing varieties of tender succulent plants. Most of the succulent plants available from Young's Garden are members of the Crassulaceae family. This plant family has more than 1,100 species. Tender succulent plants are not cold hardy. They can be grown as perrennials in mild climates or annuals. They can also be enjoyed in areas with cold winters as houseplants or if they are completely protected from frost.

 

Aeonium - Crassulaceae plant family
There are many species of aeoniums. Most ae from the warm Canary Islands, Cape Verde Isles and Morocco. They are wonderful garden plants and are available in a wide range of forms from branching plants to groundcovers. Many aeonium plants also look great in containser. They tolerate dry conditions, but some species drop their leaves in the intense heat of the summer. Although very similar to sempervivum, aeonium will not survive heavy frost.

Cotyledon - Crassulaceae plant family
These are often bushy plants and slightly hardier than most crassula family. Most are originally from South Africa, Namibia, Abyssinia and the Middle East. The leaves come in a wide range of shapes and textures. Cotyledon succulent plants have bell-shaped flowers that grow on a thin stem above the plant. The flower stem grows from the center of the plant. Cotyledons are very showy in both the garden and containers. Full sun is prefered, but they can also grow in part shade. Established plants can be trimmed down to the desired size and shape.

Crassula - Crassulaceae plant family
Crassulas are a large genus with nearly 200 species. Thes plants range from annuals to perennials, shrubs to semi-aquatic plants. Most of these plants are native to South Africa, tropical Africa, Madagascar, the Middle East and Europe. Each plant offers a different feature to make it popular for planters.

Echeveria - Crassulaceae plant family
Echeveria are some of the most colorful and spectacular succulent plants. They grow very large with thick succulent leaves in a rosette form. Echeveria succulent plants are originally from Mexico and Central America. Bell shaped flowers on long stems can be yellow, orange, red or pink. Some varieties are more tolerant of wet and cold than others. All echeveria can withstand fairly cold temperatures if the soil they are planted in is dry and there isn't any water on the leaves. Frequent rain and cold on their leaves will cause rot and disease. As the plants grow, remove the dead leaves at the plant's base. Echeveria can look amazing in containers, and mass plantings.

Graptopetalum - Crassulaceae plant family
These plants are native to Mexico. They resemble echeveria with rosettes of thick leaves. Graptopetalum are best grown in full sun, but in warm, dry conditions they will tolerate partial shade. They are amazing planted in containers and as rockery plants.

Graptosedum - Crassulaceae plant family
These are a crosses between Graptopetalum and Sedum plants. They grow with some characteristics of both plants. The thick leaves fall off these plants easily to propagate new plants. They should be handled with care when transplanting.

Kalanchoe - Crassulaceae plant family
Most kalanchoe plants are originally from Africa and Madagascar, with some from India, China, Malaya, and other tropical areas. Kalanchoe are available in a wide variety of shapes, colors and textures. Kalanchoe don't like frost. The distinctive foliage of the plants often makes them easy to recognize.

Pachyphytum - Crassulaceae plant family
This is another succulent native to Mexico. It is related to echeveria and requires the same treatment. The fat leaves are eye catching and pretty in containers.

Senecio - Asteraceae plant family
This is a group of over 100 species that originate all over the world: Mexico, Canary Islands, Middle East and South Africa. Most senecio plants grow to be large bushes.