INCLUDED: You will receive one 4-INCH Echeveria Texensis.
Echeveria succulents are a genus of succulents in the Crassulaceae family. Echeveria succulents are native to many parts of Central America, specifically Mexico. Echeveria succulents are incredibly vibrant and colorful succulent plants. Echeveria succulents are treasured amongst all succulent enthusiasts for their beautiful rosette shapes.
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Reasons to Buy
All of our Echeverias for sale are grown ourselves in greenhouses that are optimized to create vibrant and hardy Echeveria succulents. When we package and send your Echeveria succulents, we select Echeverias straight from our greenhouses on the very day we send your order. This means that you will receive only the best and highest quality Echeveria succulents.
We have been growing and selling Echeveria succulents for over 50 years. We do not buy-in any of our Echeveria succulents. Your order will only contain Echeverias grown in our greenhouses and that are of the highest quality. Since you are purchasing your Echeveria succulent plants from the wholesaler you will receive only the best price for amazing Echeveria succulents.
When you buy our Echeveria succulents for sale you will receive an incredible variety of Echeveria succulents. Since we have been growing Echeveria succulents for over 50 years, we have multiple varieties of Echeveria succulents readily available to send. When ordering Echeveria succulents from us expect both exceptional quality and variety.
About Our Echeveria Succulents for Sale
At Succulent Market we specialize in Echeverias. We have over 50 individual varieties of Echeveria plants for sale. If you desire a rosette succulent with a-lot of color to brighten up a home or yard an Echeveria purchase is perfect for you. The tradeoff for so much color is that Echeveria succulents require a substantial amount of sunlight. This makes our Echeveria succulents for sale ideal for any indoor or outdoor space with ample sunlight. If you choose to add your new Echeveria plant outdoors and it is exposed to direct sunlight, it is best to cover the Echeveria with growers or shade cloth for half the day, before exposing it to full sun. Unfortunately, an Echeveria will not likely thrive in a space in which it is shaded for the majority of the day. So, if you’re looking for vibrant color and if you have ample sunlight readily available, then an Echeveria purchase sounds perfect for you!