Cactus and Succulents - Full Sun

Sansevieria patens

Thick spear-shaped ribbed green leaves. A compact snake plant makes a great low water houseplant, moderate to bright light. Underground 1″ rhizomes.

Sclerocactus scheeri

Ancistrocactus scheeri

Solitary, 4″d. x 6″tall. Green flowers, hooked spines. Tuberous roots.

Sedeveria “Hummelii”

Sedum x Echeveria

Small blue rosettes with red-tipped oblong leaves and sprays of yellow flowers.

Sedum “Angelina”

S. rupestre “Angelina”

Small lime-yellow groundcover succulent with red edges, yellow flowers.

Sedum “Aurora”

S. rubrotinctum “Aurora”

Green jelly-bean leaves turn bright red in sun. Great for rock gardens and hanging baskets. Pale yellow star-shaped flowers.

Sedum “Carnea”

S. spathulifolium “Carnea”

Fast growing hybrid groundcover; silver rosettes

Sedum “Lemon Ball”

S. rupestre “Lemon Ball”

Great for a fast growing groundcover, can handle sun or shade. Chartreuse foliage, tight rosettes in sun, lemon-yellow flowers in spring.

Sedum “Little Miss Sunshine”


Deep green glossy leaves topped with bright yellow flowers in early summer. Forms dense mounds, great for rock gardens and borders. Attracts butterflies and bees; Deer resistant.

Sedum “Little Missy”

Small button leaves creep along the ground. Makes a good hanging basket plant or plant between pavers, in rock gardens. Red edges in full sun. White/pink flowers in summer.

Sedum “Red Wiggle”

S. ochroleucum “Red Wiggle”

Groundcover stonecrop with tiny bright red leaves. Heat tolerant. Attracts butterflies.

Sedum “Sunsparkler Wildfire”

Bright red shiny leaves with pink edges. Heat and cold tolerant. Sprawls, makes a good rock garden plant or in hanging baskets. Semi-deciduous.

Sedum “Turquoise Tails”

S. sediforme “Turquoise Tails”

An older variety that has gotten more popular in recent years. Long trailing stems with blue leaves. Pale yellow flowers.

Sedum “Voodoo”

S. spurium “Voodoo”

Mat-forming groundcover succulent. Red-tipped leaves, flowers