Two Echeveria, species unknown, and a Crassus capitella ‘Thyrsiflora,’ the whorled red-tipped plant.

Most house plant aficionados and gardeners in general are familiar with succulents.

They come in all shapes and sizes and even if you don’t know what they are; you’ve probably seen them on the pages of your favorite design magazines or websites. Some brides are even choosing to have succulents featured in their wedding bouquets!

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