Sedeveria are a hybrid cross between two popular succulents, sedum and echeveria. These easy-to-grow plants produces bunches of leaves which, depending on the type, can look like roses, asters, or any number of other multi-petaled flowers, at least in shape. Sedeverias can be dark green to grey, sometimes with a wash of yellow or red. Not all sedeveria flower reliably indoors but some do produce small yellow flowers in summer.
Perfect for all kinds of containers. Likes lots of sunlight. A south or west-facing window is ideal. Because sedeveria can tolerate some neglect, it’s a good selection for anyone with little time to tend houseplants. It’s also a thoughtful gift plant for anyone inexperienced with houseplants.