Peperomia prostrata

Peperomia prostrata in production! Coming soon! That’s the parent plant in bloom… I love peperomia bloom spikes!

Orchid Cactus

A new Epiphyllum flower color!

Peach… Orange… Peach… Orange…

Nice.

String of Dolphins

Also known as Dolphins Necklace. It’s a cute little trailing succulent that is all the rage all of a sudden. First it was hot in Japan and now it is hot in the US too. I blame Instagram. We’ve posted it on instagram too, of course, because of course.

Senecio peregrinus
String of Dolphins
SW Africa

Fascinating little diving dolphin-shaped thick ovoid leaves leaping all over the long trailing stems. Rot-prone, keep dry. Bluish hue with more sun.
Characteristics:

Temperature: Hardy to 45F
Part Sun to Part Shade
Low Water

Albuca spiralis

A new crop of Albuca spiralis coming ready! Spiraling corkscrew leaves for everyone!

Small Succulent

Crassula “Chiquito”

Common Name: Dwarf Red Carpet

Origin: South Africa

Description:
C. radicans “Chiquito”

Spreading groundcover to 6″ high, small ½” paired leaves turn red in sun; tiny yellow flowers

Million Hearts

Tiny little pinkish-white flowers appear all along the vines of this epiphitic jungle succulent.

Dischidia ruscifolia
Common Name: Million Hearts
Origin: Philippines

Vining epiphyte; good for hanging baskets, or terrariums.

Hardy to 40F
Part Sun
Jungle Cactus/Orchid Blend
Low Water

Euphorbia squarrosa

Coming soon!

Euphorbia squarrosa

Origin: South Africa
Description: Green spiny branches atop an irregular caudex which is underground in habitat. Green inflorescence with yellow and red centers.

Temperature: Hardy to 32F
Sun: Full Sun to Part Sun
Soil: Extra Chunky
Water: Low Water

Pterocactus tuberosus 

Ben’s weird caudiciform opuntioid is blooming!

Pterocactus tuberosus 

Thanks for sharing, Ben!

Hopefully we’ll have some available by fall. We can all hope. 

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