Euphorbia Dwarf Milii

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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Fan Aloe

The Fan Aloe, or Aloe Plicatilis, is an extremely branching, highly variable, and thus exceedingly unique plant. Growing as a multi branched shrub, or even a small tree, with specimens reaching 10’-15’ tall! Each stem has its own cluster of individual leaves that run...

Saguaro and Cardon

The Carnegiea Gigantea, “Saguaro”, and Pachycereus Pringlei, “Cardon”, are very similar cactus with extremely dissimilar growth rates. The Saguaro can grow over 50’ tall with many branching arms, but it may take up to 75 years for it to develop it’s arms, and some...

Contemporary Succulents

Contemporary gardens are becoming more and water wise and are more appealing for their easy-care. The gardens contain lots of stone, wood, and bold containers with architectural plants. The plants, not used as lushly, stand out even more. The clean lines of the...

This gorgeous, stunning, thick leaf aloe is another Kelly Griffin hybrid that can grow 18” tall and 2’ wide. The leaves of aloe ‘delta lights’ are of a dark evergreen, but are heavily spotted. Some plants may take on even more of the color of the white specs, giving...

All About Air Plants: Growing Without Pots & Soil

Growing air plants is easy! You don’t even need soil or a planter. There are 3 common ways that you can water an air plant. The first is to mist them…

Gold Moss Sedum (De Oro)

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...

Century Plant Agave Americana

The Century Plant, Blue Agave, or Agave Americana, are some of the largest in the agave family and are recognizable anywhere. Comically named the century plant, it truly only lives 10 - 30 years. The large sword shaped, gray-green leaves spread open in a rosette up to...

Snake Plants: The Perfect Houseplants For Lazy People

Before you impulse-buy that snake from the exotic reptiles store in pursuit of a cool new hobby, hear us out: indoor plants are a way more low-maintenance alternative. A snake would be awesome and all, but let’s face it, they’re a lot of work, and you forgot a pizza...

Felt Plant – Kalanchoe Beharensis

The “Felt Plant”, kalanchoe beharensis, is an amazing succulent that becomes more and more unique with age. Even in cultivation, two plants don’t seem to grow the same. Some form tall, unbranching singles, over 6’ tall, others split at an early age and grow in the...

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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