Which Succulents are Hardy?

Succulent Hardiness

  • Aloes and Agaves are generally good to 26F. Agave attenuata varieties are all 32F frost tender. Not all Aloes and Agaves handle the lower temperatures. Research the specific species that you have for more accurate info.
  • Crassula generally need to be protected from temps below 32F.
  • Echeverias vary widely. Some are quite hardy down to the teens while others are sensitive to anything below 32F.
  • Sempervivums are generally hardy below the teens.

Frost Protection

To learn more about protecting your succulents from the cold, read our article about Frost Protection <<here>>.

Succulent Gardens
Succulent Gardens


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.

Also in Succulent Gardens - Blog

How to "Extravaganza" Like a Pro

by Lauren Mazza 0 Comments

We love this time of year!  Not only do we get to see many of our friends, but we also get to share the latest in all-things gardening. Here are a few tips to get the most of your time with us.

View full article

Summer Succulent Care: Best Practices for Watering Succulents in the Heat

by Kristin Scheidt 0 Comments

There is a common misconception that succulents don’t need water, or need very little. While there is some truth in the “need very little” part, the truth is that succulents like water, and they like to be watered deeply.

View full article

Winter Blooming Aloes
Winter Blooming Aloes

by Shopify Admin 0 Comments

During the winter months, when so many garden plants are taking a rest or going dormant, it is wonderful to have something which bursts into bloom and provides a shot of color when we need it most. 

View full article