Thursday, February 26, 2009

Brightening Corners

I adore this variegated echeveria. It is quite bright and attracts the eye instantly. It is a good alternative to flowers for bright color in the garden.

10 comments:

VW said...

Very lovely. I haven't seen that plant before and really like the way the variegation creates the appearance of creamy flowers! - VW

inadvertent farmer said...

Oh I love that, I've never seen it before. I must find it for my mom's garden! Kim

Kathleen said...

It IS very beautiful Sheila. I'm not familiar with it either but you have lots of interesting plants I haven't seen!!

Gardeness said...

That's a great plant. Kind of looks cactus like, or some other type of fleshy plant.

RainGardener said...

Oh my goodness it is so perfect it almost looks unreal like a painting. It's gorgeous!

MrBrownThumb said...

Wow,

This is beautiful. I don't see many variegated succulent plants around here.

Ekaterina Davydenko said...

That is truly lovely variegated echeveria! Do you know by any change what is botanical name? I would really love to find one for my garden.

Thanks!

Ekaterina Davydenko said...

That is truly lovely variegated echeveria! Do you know by any change what is botanical name? I would really love to find one for my garden.

Thanks!

Sheila said...

Ekaterina, actually it was not labeled when I bought it so I do not know the botanical name. So sorry!

Ekaterina Davydenko said...

After some search, I found what your plant name might be. It looks just like Aenonium Hybrid Kiwi. See this picture http://www.peoriagardens.com/images/succulents/AenoniumHybridKiwi.jpg