The Euphorbia Milii is thought to have been introduced to the Middle East in the ancient times, and is rumored to be associated with the crown of thorns worn by Jesus. We don’t know anything about that, but we do know that these plants are very hardy, easy to grow, and a fun way to add some green leaves and soft flowers to a succulent garden. This particular variety is a dwarf of nature and will stay more compact than the larger, woody, varieties.

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Aeonium Urbicum

Graptopetalum paraguayensis , or the "ghost plant", is a great, trailing, wandering, ground cover. We love the colors that this plant brings out in a design, complementing the blues, pinks, and purples that so many of the gorgeous succulents have to offer. Each plant...
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Black Rose Aeonium

A great way to bring some soft height into a design. These plants are truly amazing. The name Aeonium ‘Zwartkop’ comes from the dutch translation of “black head”, but it is also thought to have been of a German hybridization going under the name ‘Schwartzkopf’. Plants...
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Mexican Feather Grass – Dasylirion Longissimum

Just recently received two, beautiful, 20G Dasylirion Longissimum, the "Mexican Feather Grass" each with a foot plus of trunk.
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Succulent Flowers – Calandrina

Flowers are popping up all over the places in succulent gardens this time of year. Echeverias, with their tiny, tinker-bell shapped flowers, and agaves, shooting giant 30' blooms, but none is more spectacular than the chilean bloomer, Calandrinia Grandiflora. This...
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Variegated Campfire Crassula

Crassula Capitella ‘Campfire’ is a gorgeous green, red, succulent, becoming more red in full sun in the winter with short cool nights, and bright light. In the spring/summer, with regular irrigation, the plant will turn more green as it grows. Lilian True, a...
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An Aeoniums Abilities

Aeoniums are some of the most gorgeous plants available, succulent or not. They fit a number of landscape themes and can be used for their vibrant colors, varying shapes, beautiful rosettes, as much as their low water needs. Tall, short, purple, green, we grow only a...
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A Fantastic Story (Kalanchoe Fantastic)

Graptopetalum paraguayensis , or the "ghost plant", is a great, trailing, wandering, ground cover. We love the colors that this plant brings out in a design, complementing the blues, pinks, and purples that so many of the gorgeous succulents have to offer. Each plant...
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Graptopetalum paraguayensis , or the "ghost plant", is a great, trailing, wandering, ground cover. We love the colors that this plant brings out in a design, complementing the blues, pinks, and purples that so many of the gorgeous succulents have to offer. Each plant...
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Succulent Leaves

Have you ever taken a close look at the leaves on your succulents? They can tell you a lot about themselves. While all succulents tend to have a more “plump” appearance, some do more than others. A good, general, guideline with succulents is to water them based on the...
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Euphorbia Tirucalli ‘Pencil Cactus’

While the Euphorbia Tirucalli can be a very rewarding plant, we must be very careful in where we plant them and in propagation. The milky white latex found in the plant can be dangerous to the skin and most definitely will cause serious damage if swallowed, or if any...
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