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An Echeveria Resource Guide

Articles: An Echeveria Resource Guide

Public gardens that include echeverias in their collections offer opportunities to see these appealing succulent plants in landscape applications, as well as mature and unusual specimens. Several gardens well worth visiting are listed below. Before visiting, call first or check the garden’s website for hours, which may vary seasonally. You might also wish to time your visit to take advantage of occasional plant sales; these can be good sources of echeverias.

Adapted from Designing with Succulents, by Debra Lee Baldwin, 2007, Timber Press. See also the October 2007 issue of Pacific Horticulture for Debra’s article on echeverias, her favorite group of succulents, along with a list of nurseries where echeverias can be purchased.

Huntington Botanical Gardens
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108
626/405-2100
www.huntington.org

Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
301 North Baldwin Avenue
Arcadia, CA 91007
626/821-3222
www.arboretum.org

Lotusland
695 Ashley Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
805/969-9990 (reservations required)
www.lotusland.org

Quail Botanical Gardens
230 Quail Gardens Drive
Encinitas, CA 92024
760/436-3036
www.qbgardens.org

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