Are you in love with succulents? Well, we’re too!

So, we’ve decided to create a list of our favorite echeveria types. The most awesome part about this list is that you can check out their blooming season and create an echeveria garden that will produce flowers all year round.

And, let’s be honest, who can say no to a garden full of echeveria flowers?

Our List of Echeveria Types

1. Echeveria Perle Von Nurnberg

echeveria perle von nurnberg
Echeveria ‘Perle von Nürnberg’

Other names:

Pearl of Nurnberg

Bloomtime:

Summer

Hardiness:

9 to 10

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

2. Echeveria Nodulosa

Other names:

Painted Echeveria, Echeveria Disocolor, Echeveria Misteca, Cotyledon Nodulosa

Bloomtime:

Summer

Hardiness:

9b to 11b

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

3. Echeveria Mauna Loa

Other names:

Echeveria gibbiflora ‘Mauna Loa’

Bloomtime:

Fall/Winter

Hardiness:

9b to 11b

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

4. Echeveria Agavoides Lipstick

Other names:

Echeveria agavoides ‘Red Edge’, ‘Lipstick’ Echeveria

Bloomtime:

Summer

Hardiness:

9 to 12

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

5. Echeveria Pulidonis

Image by Seán A. O’Hara licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Pulido’s Echeveria

Bloomtime:

Spring

Hardiness:

9 - 11b

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

6. Echeveria Rubella

Image by stephen boisvert licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

N/A

Bloomtime:

Summer

Hardiness:

11a to 11b

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

7. Echeveria Elegans

Image by stephen boisvert licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Mexican Gem, White Mexican Rose, Mexican Snow Ball

Bloomtime:

Winter and Spring

Hardiness:

9 - 12

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

8. Echeveria Runyonii Topsy Turvy

Image by Esin Üstün licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Mexican Hen and Chicks

Bloomtime:

Late Summer and Fall

Hardiness:

9a

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

9. Echeveria Pulvinata cv. Frosty

Image by stephen boisvert licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Echeveria pulvinata var. Frigida ‘Noxa’, White Chenille Plant

Bloomtime:

Fall and Winter

Hardiness:

9

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

10. Echeveria Secunda

Image by Forest and Kim Starr licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Blue Echeveria, Hen and Chickens, Glaucous Echeveria

Bloomtime:

Summer

Hardiness:

9 - 12

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

11. Echeveria Derenbergii

Image by Bjorn S.  licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Other names:

The Painted Lady, Baby Echeveria

Bloomtime:

Summer

Hardiness:

9 - 12

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

12. Echeveria Maxonii

Image by Jean-Michel Moullec licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Maxonii Rose

Bloomtime:

N/A

Hardiness:

N/A

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

13. Echeveria Hummel

Image by Seán A. O’Hara licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Echeveria Ed Hummel

Bloomtime:

Early Spring

Hardiness:

9b to 11b

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

14. Echeveria Diffractens

Image by Jean-Michel Moullec licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Shattering Echeveria

Bloomtime:

Late Spring/Early Summer

Hardiness:

9a to 11a

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

15. Echeveria Setosa Minor

Image by Jean-Michel Moullec licensed under CC BY 2.0

Other names:

Mexican Fire Cracker

Bloomtime:

Summer/Fall

Hardiness:

9b to 10b

Suited for:

Outdoors and Indoors

Conclusion

This was a list of a few of our favorite echeveria types. Stay tuned, because we’re going to update it and add more to it.

Until then, share your favorite echeveria type below or let us know about your experience with this amazing genus!

Happy gardening!

About the Author - Denis Sgarbura

Hello. I’m Denis. My passion for growing plants started when I was around 10 or 11 years old. My grandpa loved to take care of roses. He had a breathtaking rose garden. I wanted one badly. So, I started my own. I was stoked when my roses showed signs of growth. It became a competition: my garden vs. his garden. He won every time, but I never gave up and did my best to make it extraordinary. I read everything there was to know about roses and how to grow them.

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