Cactus and Succulents - Part Shade

Aeonium canariense v. virgineum

Low shrubby, with large 8″ green rosettes. Soft and velvety leaves. Will produce large mounds of rosettes. Red edged in full sun.

Aeonium ciliatum

Fast growing, moderately branchy, to 6ft tall and nearly as wide. Sports massive rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves, up to 20″ wide! This species will continue to flourish after flowering. Prefers afternoon shade.

Aeonium holochrysum

A. arboreum var. holochrysum

Shrub, stems to 3ft. w/tight glossy green rosettes – small in summer

Aeonium nobile

Large, low solitary rosette followed by large red bloom spray. Monocarpic.

Aeonium sedifolium

Unusual oval leaves, brightly colored. Branchy, a low-growing almost shrub-like form. Yellow flowers. Protect from frost.

Aeonium spathulatum

Shrubby stems, very small rosettes, lightly fuzzy green leraves get a hint of red, almost blush color in fulll sun. Many yellow flowers.

Aeonium tabuliforme

Large, solitary, flat rosettes on short unbranched stems. Bright green leaves.

Aeonium undulatum

Large rosettes with wavy leaves. 4 foot tall solitary stems, branch from the base.

Agave “Creme Brulee”

A. guiengola “Creme Brulee”

Thick variegated leaves with cream-colored margins and tiny dark marginal teeth. 3 to 4 feet across. Prefers afternoon shade inland and in hotter climates, all day sun at the coast.

Agave attenuata “Raea’s Gold”

Wide soft leaves of a pale gold-green emerge from a tight central spear to arch gracefully back. Offsets readily. Keep protected from frost.

Agave bracteosa

Large mounds of arching, curving leaves to 12″. Grows on rocky cliffs.

Agave ellemeetiana “Satina”

Stemless rosettes, 2 to 3ft. Soft green leaves. Can handle full sun at the coast, but needs afternoon shade inland. Protect from frost.

Agave filifera

Dense clumps of stemless rosettes to 24″ w/filiferous margins