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Most of the Echevria species grow in the shade and can take some frost. Hybrids don't adapt as easily. All the species are drought resistant, but they grow better with regular deep watering and fertilizing (like most other plants in Texas!).

Echeveria Hybrid
Echeveria

Type of Plant Succulent/Cactus
Deciduous/Evergreen Evergreen
Sun/Shade needs Full sun
Water needs Low
Drought Tolerant Yes
Perennial/Annual Perennial
Flowers Orange blooms on 6" stalks
Special Note One of the many varieties of Echeveria
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Hens and Chicks
Echeveria imbricata

Type of Plant Succulent/Cactus
Deciduous/Evergreen Evergreen
Sun/Shade needs Full sun
Water needs Low
Drought Tolerant Yes
Perennial/Annual Perennial
Size at Maturity up to 1' tall
Special Note No water in winter, some water in drought conditions, partial shade is best for this variety.
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