Tender Indoor Succulents

Sedum rubrotinctum Mini Me

$3.99

Sedum rubrotinctum Mini Me is a dwarf relative of the Jelly Bean plant. New growth emerges bright green before flushing copper/red. Yellow blooms appear in spring. Crassulaceae family. Blooms and leaves brush off easily. Some may come off during shipping...

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Fenestraria aurantiaca Baby Toes

$4.99

Baby Toes is a charming and easy to grow succulent with windows at the tip of each tube shaped leaf. Baby Toes Succulent grows in little clusters of finger-like leaves. In their native habitat of southern Africa they grow with only the window of the leaf...

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Faucaria tigrina Tiger Jaws

$4.99

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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Echeveria Minima

$4.99

Minima Echeveria is a miniature variety. As it produces offsets it grows into a tight, dense clump. Cool, blue-green leaves are tipped with pink on this little guy. Produces pink-orange flower in summer. Crassulaceae family. Not cold hardy. Foliage...

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Crassula corymbulosa Shark's Tooth

$4.99

Shark's Tooth succulent is a mesmerizing variety with symmetrically staked leaves. The pointed leaves become blood red in the sun. New growth forms fairly quickly on this spreading succulent. Also known at Red Pagoda for the tall pyramid shapes that it...

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Aeonium Blushing Beauty (Shipping Fragile)

$5.99

Shipping Note: Aeonium are fragile succulents that are easily damaged by the process of shipping. Their leaves will often bruise or curl while in transit. With proper care in their new home they will grow and shed the old, damaged leaves. Sadly, this is...

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Echeveria Cubic Frost

$5.99

Echeveria Cubic Frost has very distinctive fleshy, upturned leaves that are a powdery lilac color. This extraordinary echeveria blooms in summer summer with vivid pink-orange hued flowers. Grows best outdoors with afternoon shade. Not cold hardy. Foliage...

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Euphorbia Tanzanian Zipper Plant

$5.99

Euphorbia anoplia Tanzanian Zipper Plant is a unique, leafless succulent that resembles a spineless cactus. The stems of Zipper Plant grow in dense clumps. Each rib is marked with a "zipper" of light and dark green striation. This succulent likes heat...

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Kalanchoe katapifa Tarantula

$4.99

Grow this Kalanchoe for its flower and its foliage! Don't let the creepy-crawly name scare you from this great succulent. Deeply cut and irregular leaves give the foliage a wild, twisting look. Gorgeous, double, bright red blossoms in spring and fall...

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Echeveria Pollux

$4.99

This beautiful succulent is nearly a white rosette. Echeveria pollux has wide silver leaves and the large rosette grows to 8" in diameter. The leaves of this echeveria have a thick waxy coating called farina that gives it a powdery looks. When grown in...

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Aloe Christmas Sleigh

$9.95

One of a kind. Gorgeous. Vibrant. All these terms have been used to describe this amazing aloe hybrid. It truly is the stuff of Christmas wishes. Christmas Sleigh is a dwarf, clumping aloe. Its dark blue-green leaves are covered in bright red teeth along...

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Echeveria Supia

$5.99

Echeveria Supia is a rare Korean variety. South Korea is THE place for the latest and greatest echeveria. The newest, most unique varieties are hybridized there. Echeveria Supia grows tiny rosettes on branched, tree-like stems. Typical coloring is green...

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Aeonium Sunburst (Shipping Fragile)

$4.99

Shipping Note: Aeonium are fragile succulents that are easily damaged by the process of shipping. Their leaves will often bruise or curl while in transit. With proper care in their new home they will grow and shed the old, damaged leaves. Sadly, this is...

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Haworthia Concolor

$4.99

Concolor haworthia. Not cold hardy. Foliage Color: Green & White Mature Size: 4-6" High & Wide Shipping Size: You'll receive approx. a 3-4" pot sized plant. All plants are shipped bare root with an established, healthy root system. Growth Rate:...

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Euphorbia milii Crown of Thorns

$4.99

Euphorbia milii. People and animals may have an allergic reaction to the plant sap. The sap can have major or minor toxicity if ingested. It can cause skin irritation and severe eye irritation. Not cold hardy. Foliage Color: Green Foliage, Red Flowers...

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Crassula rupestris Rosary Vine

$4.99

Rosary Plant. Not cold hardy. Foliage Color: Light Green Mature Size: 8-10" long Shipping Size: You'll receive approx. a 3-4" pot sized plant. All plants are shipped bare root with an established, healthy root system. Growth Rate: Fast Cold Hardiness...

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Aloe White Fox

$4.99

Aloe White Fox. Not cold hardy.Foliage Color: Green & WhiteMature Size: 3-6" Height & DiameterShipping Size: You'll receive approx. a 3-4" pot sized plant. All plants are shipped bare root with an established, healthy root system.Growth Rate:...

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Adromischus cooperi Plover Egg Plant

$6.99

Adromischus cooperi, or the Plover Egg plant is a dwarf succulent that is native to South Africa. The plump cylindrical leaves are speckled with purple spots. Makes a great window sill plant. Grows in full sun. Prefers more frequent watering in summer...

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Portulacaria afra Red Stem

$4.99

The Red Stem Plant, or Elephant Bush is native to Africa where they can grow into 12' tall shrubs. Bright green, glossy, round leaves stand out in sharp contrast to the mahogany colored stems. Can be grown as a very low maintenance houseplant. Also makes...

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Crassula Calico Kitten

$4.99

Crassula pellucida Calico Kitten is simply stunning. Variegated, heart shaped leaves are a blend of green, lemon and pink. This crassula plant grows in a spreading, trailing habit, making it ideal for containers and baskets. Easy care succulent plant...

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Crassula marnieriana Hottentot

$4.99

Crassula marnieriana Hottentot, often referred to as Jade Necklace Vine, grows in a cute stack of thick, petite leaves. Hottentot is a trailing crassula, so it looks fantastic when planted on the edges of containers. In the sun the red and pink in the...

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Echeveria Chroma

$4.99

Chroma is an exciting variety with shiny, dark purple-bronze leaves that look almost metallic. It has the best coloring during the winter. During the summer grow it in partial shade and water regularly to keep it looking its best. Echeveria Chroma will...

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Cotyledon tomentosa Bear's Paw

$4.99

Bear's Paw is an upright, densely branched succulent. The leaves are big, fat and fuzzy with a row of red teeth on the ends. Orange-yellow flowers. Not cold hardy. Foliage Color: Green Mature Size: 16-20" Tall Shipping Size: You'll receive approx. a 3-4"...

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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.