Plants of the Month

  • Crassula nudicaulis v. herrei

    Description

    Small mounds, tightly packed with low growing thick rounded leaves, red in sun

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  • Graptoveria “Opalina”

    Description

    Graptopetalum amethystinum x Echeveria colorata

    Large thick rosy-edged ivory leaves. Rosettes get 6″ across and offsets are tight to the parent. Yellow flowers.

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  • Aloe cooperi

    (isiPutumane)

    Description

    Grass-aloe grows in tight clumps with tall stalks with orange blooms. Edible shoots and flowers.

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  • Aloe bowiea

    Description

    Dwarf aloe with dull green flowers. Stemless and clump-forming

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  • Trachyandra tortilis

    (Ribbon Plant)

    Description

    Wavy leaves grow wider each year. Summer dormant. More photos here.

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  • Drosera adelae “Giant”

    (Lance-Leaved Sundew)

    Description

    Perennial Carnivore

    Long flat leaves are covered with sticky hairs which capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

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  • Lachenalia aloides v. aloides

    (Opal Flower, Cape Cowslip)

    Description

    Small bulb with grassy leaves and aloe-like flowers. Large bloom sprays with dozens of flowers as it matures.

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  • Mimulus “Jelly Bean Gold”

    (Gold Monkeyflower)

    Description

    Evergreen Perennial

    Gold flowers will bloom year round. Deer resistant.

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  • Hoya collina

    (Wax Plant)

    Description

    Vining succulent, yellow wax-flowers with red centers. Small round leaves with white splotches

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  • Echeveria “Melaco”

    Description

    Shiny dark-reddish-brown leaves, small branching rosettes. Orange flowers.

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  • Agave “Cherry Swizzle”

    (Butterfly Agave)

    Description

    A. potatorum “Cherry Swizzle”

    Large, solitary rosettes, open blue leaves with stunning colorful twisty terminal spines.

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  • Echeveria “Pink Edge”

    Description

    E. runyonii “Pink Edge”

    Light pink rosettes with darker pink edges.

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  • Echeveria “Latte Rose”

    Description

    E. agavoides x E. lilacina

    Waxy brownish rose-tinged leaves, 10″ rosettes.

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  • Euphorbia alfredii

    Description

    Thick branches to 12″ long, large flat leaves, small reddish inflorescence.

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  • Haworthia “White Ghost”

    (Ghost Star Cactus)

    Description

    H. retusa “White Ghost”

    Slightly erect, clumping, stemless rosettes with white-striped variegated leaves.

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  • Banksia “Fireworks”

    (Heath Banksia)

    Description

    B. ericifolia “Fireworks”
    Evergreen Shrub

    A large upright shrub. Narrow heath-like leaves with silver undersides. The large autumn-colored columns of flowers are golden cones with red styles, in brilliant bloom from winter and into summer.

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  • Utricularia sandersonii

    (Bladderwort)

    Description

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  • Echeveria “Dondo”

    Description

    Small, tightly clumped stemless rosettes with red-orange blooms; grows well outdoor or on a sunny windowsill.

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  • Agave “Blue Ember”

    Description

    Mid-sized agave, narrow leaves with leaf edges trimmed in deep burgundy and richly colored terminal spines.

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  • Echeveria halbingeri

    (Mexican Snowball)

    Description

    Grey leaves, tight rosettes, yellow flowers.

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  • Euphorbia cylindrifolia hybrid

    Description

    12″ arms, small caudex, thin round leaves.

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