Silver Succulent Collection (5): A selection of frosty colored succulents in shades of white, cream, pale greens, grays, and blues. Makes beautiful wintery holiday centerpieces and decorations. Great for container gardens, indoor use, or weddings.
These plants are drought tolerant, but most are not frost hardy.
What You Receive
One order = 5 X 2x2 containers planted with Soft and Hardy Succulents.
Photo is sample only; varieties will vary. Pictured here, left to right, top to bottom: Kalanchoe Panda Plant, Cotyledon Elk Horns, Echeveria 'Frost', Senecio 'Mini Blue Chalksticks', Kalanchoe pumila
Hardy Succulent Info
Drought tolerant and frost tolerant.
Zone 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Soft Succulent Info
The term “soft succulents” (also known as “tender succulents”) covers a broad range of succulents that are mostly quite drought tolerant, like most succulents, but are less tolerant of cold temperatures than “hardy” succulents. Extreme wet weather will also be tolerated, providing you have the proper drainage. They feature a wide range of textures and colors and are incredibly versatile. They can be used as low water-using ground cover in warmer areas, in pots of all kinds, as house plants, as wedding favors, to “paint” living pictures on green walls or wreaths, and much, much more.
Zone 9, 10, 11
NOTICE: Some soft succulents are poisonous if ingested