Succulent Types

Crassula Campfire - Ultimate Guide

Crassula Campfire – How to Care and Propagate an Eye-Catching Vibrant Succulent

Description Crassula Campfire (a.k.a Crassula capitella Campfire, Campfire Crassula) is an eye-catching evergreen branched succulent in the Crassulaceae family originally from South Africa with densely compact propeller-shaped leaves, This low-growing plant cannot go unnoticed with its vibrant and bright leaves that from lime green can turn bright red in full sun or cool weather. It grows about …

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Are Succulents Poisonous? The Answer May Surprise You!

Are succulents poisonous? It’s a great question and the answer is ‘It depends on the plant’. While generally speaking succulents are a great way to decorate your home or workspace and have amazing hidden benefits, not every plant is safe for your health, your toddler, or your pets. Small children and animals might get sick from …

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String Of Dolphins (Senecio peregrinus) - How to Care And Propagate a Super Cute Succulent!

String Of Dolphins (Senecio peregrinus) – How To Care And Propagate A Super Cute Succulent!

Description String of Dolphins (Senecio peregrinus) is a species of trailing succulents in the Asteraceae family. It’s a charming hybrid of ‘String of pearls’ (Senecio rowleyanus) and ‘Candle plant’ (Senecio articulates). Thanks to its lovely appearance, String of Dolphins quickly became a very trendy houseplant over the past few years. This succulent blooms in late …

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How To Grow Echeveria From Seeds - 3 Steps Easy Guide

How To Grow Echeveria From Seeds: 3 Steps Easy Guide

Echeverias are popular rose-shaped soft succulents native to semi-desert areas of  Mexico and Central America. The leaves are fleshy and have a waxy cuticle on the exterior forming rosettes in gorgeous pastel colors that can grow in a variety of sizes and shapes.  Their unique appearance and low maintenance needs make them perfect for succulent …

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15 Best Office Succulents

15 Best Office Succulents And Cacti That Can Tolerate Low Light Conditions

When it comes to choosing the best office succulents, it’s essential to consider the critical factors of your workspace: the dimensions of your desk, the quality of the light (natural or artificial), the air circulation, and, last but not least, the attention and care you are willing to provide to your plant. Let me just …

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Fairy Castle Cactus - How to Gro, Care And Propagate a Magic Miniature Cactus

Fairy Castle Cactus – How To Grow, Care And Propagate A Magical Miniature Cactus!

Description Fairy Castle Cactus, a miniature cultivar of Acanthocereus tetragonus (a popular species of cacti native of North and Central America), features many cylindrical stems which, as the plant grows, join together vertically, recalling the towers of a fairy castle. Each stem has five sides covered in little white spines growing along the ribs. So, …

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Trachyandra Tortilis – How To Care For This Beautiful Rare Succulent

Description Few succulent plants can match the rare beauty and exotic look of Trachyandra tortilis. This perennial succulent is native to South Africa and Madagascar and belongs to the Trachyandra genus in the Asphodelaceae family. This exotic succulent is hardly found in cultivation, which makes it even more sought after by collectors. It is known …

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Notocactus magnificus, balloon cactus, parodia magnifica: care and propagation

Notocactus Magnificus ‘Balloon Cactus’ a.k.a. ‘Parodia Magnifica’ – Adorable Pop Of Yellow

Description Notocactus magnificus, also known as ‘Balloon Cactus’ or ‘Parodia Magnifica’ is a stunning bluish-green spherical cactus native to the highlands of South America (Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Argentina). If you look at it from above, you’ll notice pale yellow or golden spines lined up on 11 to 15 vertical ribs. As it grows, usually …

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Moonstone Succulent - Pachyphytum oviferum: gorgeous shades of pastel colors

Moonstone Succulent – Pachyphytum oviferum: Gorgeous Shades Of Pastel Colors

Description Moonstone succulent (Pachyphytum Oviferum), is a beautiful small to medium size succulent belonging to the Crassulaceae family and is native to the mountains of Mexico. It features super chubby┬áleaves tightly packed, almost shaped like little eggs (or almonds, hence its other common name ‘Sugar Almond Plant’), rounded in loose rosettes up to 4 inches …

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