Plants

With fresh deliveries every week, our plants and flowers—from popular indoor plants to vibrant exotics to hardy succulents—liven up any space. Search by growing environment or size for more specific results. Please call to see if your favorites are currently in stock.

Agave geminiflora
Agave ferdinandi-regis (King of the Agaves) - A stunning small slow-growing agave to 18 inches tall by as wide with an open rosette of stout triangular blue-green leaves having narrow longitudinal white bud imprints that usually form a triangle shape. The margins of the leaves are dark reddish brown and spineless terminating at the blunt leaf tip in a stout spine of the same color. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 10-15° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 1-2 feetWidth: 1-2 feet Exposure: Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Agave chiapensis
A medium-sized agave to 2 feet tall by 3 feet wide with spreading rosettes of broad light green leaves that have closely spaced small teeth and a 1 inch long terminal spine. An attractive plant when flowering with 6 foot tall unbranched stalks bearing green flowers that are often flushed with purple. This plant comes from limestone cliffs in the state of Chiapas in Mexico. It is similar to Agave bovicornuta but is not solitary, forming clumps or rosettes. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 25-30° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 2-3 feet Width: 2-3 feet Exposure: Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Agave Colorata
Agave colorata (Mescal Ceniza) - This rosette-forming succulent agave from coastal northwestern Sonora, Mexico is a slowly growing ,rosette-forming plant that reaches to around 2 feet tall by nearly as wide. The 5 to 7 inch wide rough textured blue-gray leaves have undulating and strongly toothed margins and there is a white patterning on the leaf face. This plant is usually solitary and does not often send up many plants around the main rosette. When the plant matures (around 15 years) it blooms in spring with red buds opening to yellow and orange flowers in a panicle on a 10 foot tall stalk. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 15-20° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Yellow Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 1-3 feet Width: 2-4 feet Exposure: Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Aloe 'Blue Elf'
A vigorous tight-clumping aloe that grows to 18 inches tall by 2 feet wide with narrow upright gray-blue leaves that contrast well with spikes of orange flowers that appear mostly from early winter to early spring (January-April) but can often have a stray bloom spike anytime in the year. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 20-25° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Aloeaceae (Aloes) Origin: South Africa (Africa) Flower Color: Orange Bloomtime: Winter/Spring Height: 1-2 feet Width: 1-2 feet
Agave Attenuata
This Agave presents to the gardener none of the dangers that its spine-covered relatives do. Massing up to 4 to 5 feet tall by about twice as wide, individual rosettes may reach 4 feet wide atop a stout curving smooth gray stem that rise up to 4 feet tall. The wide pale green pliable leaves emerge from a tight central spear to arch gracefully back, looking a bit like large open green flower. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 25-30° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Yellow Green Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 4-5 feet Width: 6-8 feet Exposure: Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Agave angustifolia 'Marginata'
Agave angustifolia 'Marginata' (Caribbean Agave) A medium sized Agave to 4 feet tall by 4 feet wide with a dense rosette, rounded in outline, atop a short trunk 1 to 2 feet tall that is usually hidden until plants get some age. The 2 foot long leaves are fairly stiff, narrow (2-4 inches) and concave towards the middle with a broad central band colored pale green and strong creamy white margins that often have a flush of pink. When in flower, which does not occur until this plant is at least 10 years old and often much later, it sends up an 8 to 10 foot spike with a well-branched panicle bearing greenish-white flowers. Though mostly solitary in youth, after flowering this plant often suckers and small colonies can form. Bulbils also form in the inflorescence to help perpetuate this plant. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS Winter Hardiness: 20-25° F CARE INSTRUCTIONS Category: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Variegated Foliage: Yes Flower Color: Green & White Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 3-4 feet Width: 3-4 feet Exposure: Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Agave 'Blue Glow'
Agave 'Blue Glow' - A beautiful smaller Agave with solitary rosettes slowly growing to 2 feet tall and 3 feet across with 18 inch long by 1-1 1/2 inch wide blue-green leaves that have red margins edged with yellow and bearing tiny soft spines and a stout short red terminal spine. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 20-25° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Red Purple Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 1-2 feet Width: 2-3 feet Exposure: Full shade to part sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Agave 'Sharkskin'
This structural succulent plant grows to 3 feet tall with evenly-spaced thick triangular dark gray-green leaves that have smooth margins and a prominent sturdy terminal spine. Plant suckers to produce colonies of this beautiful plant. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 20-25° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 2-3 feet Width: 3-4 feet Exposure: Full shade to part sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Agave americana
There are several forms of variegated Agave americana and there are many names used to describe them LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 20-25° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 2-3 feet Width: 3-4 feet Exposure: Full shade to part sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Agave Bovicornuta (Cowhorn agave)
A very attractive small to medium-sized solitary growing agave from rocky slopes between 3,000 and 6,000 feet in elevation in western Mexico (Sonora, Sinaloa and Chihuahua) that grows to 2 ½ to 3 feet tall by 4 to 5 feet wide with an open rosette of 24 to 30 inch long by 5 ½ to 6 ½ inches wide yellow-green to medium-green leaves that are widest in the middle. The leaf blades are attractively edged with large reddish dark brown teeth on large teats, some recurving back towards the base and others towards the leaf tip, which has a short stout terminal spine. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 25-30° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Yellow Green Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 2-3 feet Width: 3-5 feet Exposure: Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs
Agave bracteosa (Candelabrum Agave)
Slow growing succulent with 1 foot tall by 18" wide rosettes of unarmed (spineless) pale green leaves. The leaves, which usually number 20 or fewer emerge vertically in the center and arch gracefully back towards the outside of the plant. This plant suckers to gradually form a dense stand. When plants mature a 3 to 5 foot tall spike bears a dense terminal cluster of white flowers, distinctive from all other Agave. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTSWinter Hardiness: 10-15° F CARE INSTRUCTIONSCategory: Succulent Family: Agavaceae (Agaves) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: White Bloomtime: Infrequent Height: 2-4 feet Width: 2-3 feet Exposure: Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs