Synonyms: Courantia, Oliveranthus, Oliverella, Urbinia

    Echeveria is a large genus of the plant family Crassulaceae. The species of this genus grow in the southern United States, southern Peru and mostly in Mexico. The plants belong to the leaf succulents, are sometimes low, single or caespitose, or small shrubs with short branches, the fleshy leaves are usually spirally arranged in rosettes of various shape and color, usually with short tips. Inflorescence from the leaf axils, often with bracts and branches, the tips sometimes hanging, with bell-shaped flowers, which can be very variable in color. The name Echeveria honors the Mexican illustrator Atanasio Echeverrķa y Godoy.

  • ECHEVERIA affinis

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides 'Corderoyi'

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides 'Ebony'

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides 'Ebony', Salitrera

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides 'Multifida', San Francisco

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides 'Prolifera'

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides 'Red Edge'

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides 'Romeo'

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides, Contepec, Michoacan

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides, Dark Green Selection

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides, Hidalgo

    ECHEVERIA agavoides, Hidalgo
  • ECHEVERIA agavoides, La Virgin, Gto.

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides, Presita, Guanajato

  • ECHEVERIA agavoides, Villa Zaragoza