and Australia's home of Echeveria hybrids.
Echeverias. The easy to grow, hard to
Australian garden trend, because of global warming, is now to
Designed with bold lines, textures and interesting stone
the choice in plants are the attention grabbing, and the
The new look is succulents, and the great reward is a garden
designed purely as a place to sit, enjoy, and relax in. Gone are
the thirsty, high-maintenance gardens full of the 'same old,
old'..., they have been replaced by succulents in containers and
garden beds. Now the ever-changing, colourful and dramatic
of the Echeverias, make it an interesting low-maintenance space.
Discover for yourself, why contemporary landscape designers are
choosing to use our Echeverias in modern design.
to grow in a xeriscape garden
are the most
fashionable plants in Australia today. ." Don Burke, on
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They are the creme de la
creme of succulents.
Browse of our images pages to discover why.
We have 50+ named hybrid Echeveria images, in 2 pages, broken
larger or smaller-sized hybrids, with more images frequently
If you are looking for easy ideas to incorporate hybrid
into your garden design, take a peek also, at our 4 pages of
landscaping ideas. They always make a visual banquet...
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Did you know?
Echeverias look great all year round with their showy frills,
they dramatically intensify their colours in the cooler seasons,
show their brilliant, colourful best until early Summer. They
real attention grabbers, and will refuse to be ignored in your
garden or courtyard.
Many people, in a large variety of climates, have now discovered
how very easy it is to achieve a spectacular
garden, similar to the one we created below, for their own
with a painted backdrop and plastic marine creatures,makes a
You could so easily make this a feature in your own
patio, or courtyard...
With Echeverias, you have a
rewarding addition to your garden,
without the constant work of:
or staking-up in windy locations,
We don't think your spare time should be spent doing these
We can help to give you a succulent garden that is a relaxing
pleasure, not another workplace, so you can re-claim your
Discover for yourself, why so many smart gardeners are now
Even if you are only after one plant as a starter, you will find
that you are just as welcome as the seasoned succulent
at the echeverias.com nursery, Kooralbyn,
Qld. run by Dave & Shirley Poulgrain,
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The ideal plant choice for clever
gardeners, and those who dare to be different...
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About navigating this
A page of
larger Echeveria images,
A smaller hybrids images page,
3 pages of landscaping ideas,
A page showing our plants
in a botanical garden, Brisbane,
A glossary if you aren't
sure what a term means,
A FAQ page,
A page on how to grow them,
A guide to Australian climate zones,
A guide to importing into the US.
A guide for importing into EU
A guide for
importing into all other countries.
A price catalogue, in 3 formats, ( via the navigation bar ).
offer a commercial propagation manual for the serious
growers of Echeverias.
To fully navigate this site,
you must have Java enabled, and pop-ups allowed,
so you can view our images etc.
If you are trying to quickly
locate a particular named hybrid, try a search on our site