Upright leaves grow up 4 feet tall. Among the toughest of all houseplants, they can … 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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Native to Brazil, flowers can last 7-8 weeks. Unlike other cactus, Christmas Cactus should not … Continued
A tiny silver and green sedum with needle shaped leaves. This stonecrop grows up to … Continued
Thin, spiny golden-yellow foliage radiates around central stem and is tinged russet orange at ends … Continued
Silver-white leaves; yellow flowers in summer on this choice rock garden or trough plant. Choice … Continued
Cascading, spindle-shaped, silver-green leaves tumble and cascades up to 24″ or more. Native to southern … Continued
An excellent addition to rock gardens and pathways. Vibrant, colorful foliage attracts pollinators for a … Continued
Tight rosettes of notched, deep green succulent leaves edged in broad, creamy yellow margins. Plants … Continued
This small, spreading native perennial typically occurs in damp locations along stream banks, bluff bases … Continued
Tiny bright yellow gold succulent foliage. Most yellow in full sun, more lime green in … Continued
“Little chicks” cluster around the larger rosette “hen” making perfect little rock garden perennials that … Continued
Powdery blue-green fleshy tubular leaves provide color and texture contrast in succulent collections. A great … Continued