Most people think of the Jade Plant as an indoor plant. But Jade will grow outside. The care is a little more restrictive in its conditions than indoor cultivation. But worth it. Use a well draining soil and plenty of light. [MORE]
Crassula argentea – the Jade Plant – few plants are as easy to care for as this attractive succulent. In time jade starts to look like a small tree. Click on this article to learn more about Jade plant growing and care. [DETAILS]
With so many types of Echeveria succulents, its easy care and variety of different colors, shapes, and sizes – they are fun to grow and collect. Click this article for details on the many Echeveria types for your home.
Echeveria Setosa also known as the Mexican Firecracker, is a fuzzy plant, with urn-shaped flower and yellow tips. The Fire Cracker plant grows in clusters with fragrant blossoms that attract hummingbirds. Click this article for details on growing the Setosa Echeveria firecracker succulent.
Succulents are a unique group of moisture-storing plants. They are hardy plants requiring little maintenance to stay beautiful no matter their environment. None of this means they’re invincible, though. Owners
Mammillaria gracilis [mam-mil-AR-ee-uh, GRASS-il-is] is an attractive succulent native to Central Mexico. The Mammillaria plant genus has around 300 species of highly variable forms. A highly prized cactus succulent among collectors and gardeners, Mammillaria gracilis fragilis is loved
Crassula Rupestris (pronounced KRASS-oo-la rue-PES-tris) is a shrublet succulent plant that belongs to the genus Crassula in the jade plant family Crassulaceae. This Crassula plant originates from the eastern cape
Mistletoe cactus, Rhipsalis baccifera (RIP-sa-lis bak-IF-er-uh) belongs to the Cactaceae family and the Rhipsalis genus. The Rhipsalis plant is a succulent epiphytic cactus (like fishbone, Orchid cactus Epiphyllum and Hatiora) meaning
The Crassula muscosa [pronounced KRASS-oo-la muss-KOH-suh] the watch chain succulent plant is native to South Africa and Namibia. The watch chain belongs to the Crassulaceae family (succulent jade plants). The
Euphorbia resinifera is a low-growing evergreen, succulent. Resinifera has a thick four-sided stem and resembles a cactus but isn’t a cactus. This plant belongs to the sizeable Euphorbiaceae family. It’s
The Kalanchoe beharensis, [kal-un-KOH-ee] [be-HAIR-en-sis], is a slow-growing succulent type. The “beharensis” part references the plant’s native region of Behara in South Madagascar. Kalanchoe Beharensis Plant Facts Origin: Madagascar Family: Crassulaceae
Aloe aristata [AL-oh a-ris-TAH-tuh], is a hardy succulent with distinct leaves. In English-speaking countries, these “aloe plants” go by the following common names: Lace Aloe Guinea-fowl Aloe Torch plant The
Agave Colorata (a-gaw-vee Kol-oh-ray-tuh), also known as Ash Agave or Mescal Ceniza. This Agave plant is a small, shrublike broadleaf evergreen perennial in the Asparagaceae family. This rosette-forming succulent agave
Scientifically known as Adenium obesum [a-DEE-nee-um, oh-BEE-sum], the desert rose is a succulent plant with fleshy stems and bright-hued flowers. The flowering plant is a species of Apocynaceae genus along with Dipladenia, from the dogbane family. Sun-loving Adenium plants resemble
Black Adenium Obesum aka Black Desert Rose is a succulent that grows in the desert region of Africa. It thrives in hot, dry conditions and does not require a greenhouse. Beautiful flowers and makes a great bonsai plant. [CARE INFO]