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  • n. Plural form of echeveria.

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Examples

  • Succulents--a plant gang that includes cacti, the tender and showy echeverias, and cold-hardy sempervivum commonly known as hen and chicks, among others--so do not suck that I'm always amazed when I realize so many people I know and love haven't really noticed them before.

    Shelfari:

  • There are a number of other succulents sometimes used for house plants, among them the aloes, mesembryanthemums (fig marigolds), echeverias (_E. metallica_ being the best sort), sedums and house leeks

    Gardening Indoors and Under Glass A Practical Guide to the Planting, Care and Propagation of House Plants, and to the Construction and Management of Hotbed, Coldframe and Small Greenhouse

  • Busenhart puts together pots of succulents for Family Tree and for clients, working with the nursery's wide selection of sempervivums, crassulas, euphorbias, echeverias, sedums and little cactuses of all descriptions - spiky, ruffled, writhing, twisting, outrageous-looking plants.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Busenhart puts together pots of succulents for Family Tree and for clients, working with the nursery's wide selection of sempervivums, crassulas, euphorbias, echeverias, sedums and little cactuses of all descriptions spiky, ruffled, writhing, twisting, outrageous-looking plants.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Aloes, agaves, euphorbias, echeverias, sedums, etc. - each has a description, an image to show you what it looks like and directions for how to care for it.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • FUCK YEAH BATHROOM GARDEN (croton, color graft cactus, echeverias, zebra plant)

    Snarkastic

  • The echeverias and aeoniums with their rosette forming foliage are also good choices.

    BellaOnline - The Voice of Women

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