Mounding plant with succulent green leaves edged with white occasionally accented with button-sized red flowers … Continued
browsing plants: succulent
The term succulent is a description of a type of plant that has adapted to dry conditions by developing the ability to store and conserve water in thick leaves and stems. Some have small or nonexistent leaves, and may also have a hairy or waxy surface to reduce water loss, pores that open at night and close during the day, and spines to protect the plant from predators searching for water.
Succulents are ideal plants for the busy gardener. Most are easy to grow, with few disease or insect problems, and tolerant of heat, drought, and poor soils. As houseplants, they are well adapted to the warmth and low humidity of the average home. Many are slow growing and will stay in the same pot for years. Potted plants can be moved outdoors in the summer, and many, including a few varieties of cactus and sedum, are winter hardy in our area.
Succulents are available in a wide range of shapes, sizes, colors, and textures, and some have spectacular, if sometimes short-lived, flowers. They offer something dramatic, different, and low-maintenance.
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Nearly black rosettes are periodically topped with salmon-red flowers that attract hummingbirds. Dramatic foliage adds wonderful … Continued
Blue-green leaves are edged in delicate neon-pink fringe. Prefers some afternoon shade in summer. Pictured … Continued
Great contrasting variegation with rosettes of green painted with red on margins and mid leaf. … Continued
Thick, wavy, blue-gray leaves curve upward in tight rosettes that slowly multiply into colonies. Bright … Continued
Golden ball or mother-in-law’s cushion is a well-known species of cactus endemic to east-central Mexico. … Continued
2″ bright magenta open in May-June, followed by fleshy, greenish-purple fruits. As the evergreen, ball-shaped … Continued
This striking succulent is an ideal specimen plant for containers. Multiple fire-red stems, resemble small … Continued
Thin, spiny golden-yellow foliage radiates around central stem and is tinged russet orange at ends … Continued
A Rex begonia with large, silvery black foliage speckled and veined with silver, this succulent … Continued
The five-pointed, yellow-red, star-shaped flowers are bonded with a red lifesaver. Easy to grow in … Continued