Can you ever have too many succulents? We don't think so! These amazing plant have shown up in homes and gardens everywhere and just seems to get more and more popular every year. With thousands of varieties growing all over the world, it's easy to see why everyone loves them. So many varieties means you can look for that unique plant that really catches your eye with its colour, shape and bold leaves. But what is that succulent called?
What Kind of Succulent is This?That's the question we hear everyday at our garden centre! It's tough to keep them all straight, as we grow over 300 varieties of succulents in our greenhouses on site in Surrey BC. We've put together this little image guide for you to reference when you're curious to discover the name of that succulent you just brought home.
Succulent Identification Guide
Echeveria Denenmensi, Nodulosa, Topsy Turvy, Black Prince & Peacockii
Echeveria Rosea, Setosa Arrow, Perle von Nuremberg, Grey Red & Affinis
Graptoveria Debbie, Ghost Plant, Fred Ives, Superbum & Pentandrum
Pachyphytum Opalina, Hookerii, Dark Red, Roundleaf & Compactum
Kalanchoe Tomentosa 'Panda', Riana, Orgyalis 'Copper Spoon', Pumila & 'Mexican Hat'
Sempervivum Green Wheel, Red Rubin, Hopewell, Black & Forest Frost
Senecio String of Pearls, Echeveria Pearl von Numberg, Topsy Turvy, Aeonium Kiwi & Sedum Burro's Tail
Echeveria Magic Red, Lampranthus Pink Vygie, Sedum Nassbaumerianum, Kalanchoe Riana & Senecio String of Beans
Echeveria Rosea, Grey Red, Pachyphytum Bracteosum, Echeveria Setosa Arrow & Perle von Nuremberg
Echeveria red Prince, Adolphi Coppertoni, Cotyledon Silver Peak, Grapotveria Debbie & Echeveria Peacokii
Echeveria Affinis, Pachyphytum Roundleaf, Sedum Coppertoni, Echeveria Agovoides & Derenmensis
Echeveria Gibbiflora 'Metallica', Elegans 'Blue', Nodulosa, Topsy Turvy & Black Prince
Our Succulent Story
If you’ve ever wanted to know how succulents grow-up, wonder no longer! In our 'Succulent Story' video we show you behind-the-scenes of how we grow and care for the succulents in our greenhouses here at West Coast Gardens.