Tag: succulent

euphorbia hamata

Euphorbia hamata Hamata means hooked, an apt specific name for this species with its recurved tubercles. The plants often form dense, much-branched clumps up to about 50 cm tall and 60 cm or more in diameter with a thickened main stem. The flowers (cyathia really) are surrounded by green or yellowish to red bracts and they appear from […]

Propagate string of dolphins

Propagate string of dolphins   The string of dolphins might be the cutest succulent plants in existence today. The scientific name for the plant is Senecio peregrinus. You’ll undoubtedly fall in love with this plant when you come across one, given the beauty of its dolphin-like leaves that leaps out of water. If you’re growing […]

how to save an overwatered succulent

How to save an overwatered succulent : your favorite succulent doesn’t look well and the two most frequent issues are under watering and overwatering with the latter being more common among our kind (the nature lovers aka gardeners). Naturally, you will cut down on watering immediately but usually, the problem doesn’t get solved just by doing […]

Mother of Millions Plant

Mother of Millions Plant Mother of Millions, a Bryophyllum species, or also called Kalanchoe tubiflora, is an interesting succulent that can produce millions of baby plantlets quickly to spread and form new colonies. The tip of each leaf produces multiple tiny offsets which drop and root easily to form new plants. Mother of Millions is […]

Echeveria Harmsii Ruby Slipper

Ruby Slipper Echeveria Harmsii is a branched succulent with evergreen subshrub up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall and up to 12 inches (30 cm) wide, with rosettes of narrow, light green hairy leaves with a red edge.  Bright orange, bell-shaped flowers with golden throats are produced in racemes.  Full Sun, Highlight Indoors.  Well Draining […]

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