Succulents & Drought Tolerant Plants

Succulents_BGAINESVILLE’S LARGEST SELECTION OF SUCCULENTS. Succulents are classified as Xeriscape Plants for there drought tolerance and moderate to high light requirements. Along with Cacti, most are native to highly-arid climates, such as the deserts of the south-western United States. Succulents are incredibly easy to care for because they require a relaxed watering schedule and moderate light needs.


Succulents_AHere at Garden Gate Nursery, we carry several different varieties of succulents and other drought tolerant plant throughout the year.

In rich well-drained soil, a Succulent Garden can provide an interesting and sometimes exotic accent to any landscape. More often, colorful types of succulents can be found in sunny front yards, on porches as patio plants, or even in modern wedding bouquets.


succulent_terrariumAlthough the variety of succulents change all the time, below are succulents and other drought tolerant plants we keep stocked:

Agave Green
Soap Aloe
Aloe Vera
Aloe Humilis ‘Hedgehog’
Aloe ‘Midnight’
Clay Rose
Crassula ‘Hardy Dance Cap’
Coppertone, Sedum nussbaumerianum
Cotyledon ‘Happy Young Lady’
Echeveria ‘Elegance’succulents_mini
Echeveria ‘Blue’
Echeveria ‘Black Prince’
Echeveria ‘Perle Von Nurnberg’
Echeveria ‘Topsy Turvy’
Euphorbia ‘Firesticks’
Ghost Plant
Kalenchoe Tomentosa
Leopard Lily
Pine Tree, Miniature
Portulacaria Afra (variegated)
Rip Salas
Sedum Acre
Sedum Amethystium
Sedum ‘Blue Spruce’
Sedum ‘Copper Penny’
Sedum rupestre (reflexum), ‘Lemon Ball’
Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’
Sedum ‘Rosey Grey’
Sedum ‘Jelly Bean’
Sedum lineare ‘Varigatium’

Stop on by and see our Succulent Selection, they are located in the parking lot island, near the front registers.