Green oval leaves will show some silver speckling. Keep warm for best growth. Bright indirect light with a bit of direct morning sun is best. Pinkesh-red flowers. Vines 10+ft long.
Soft, large, round light-green leaves, almost silvery. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water.
Aloe “Safari Orange”
PP28,003 Mid size clustering aloe, thick toothy leaves. Striking bloom stalks rise above from summer thru winter with orange-red flowers.
Beautiful golden spines on 5″ dia. cactus that can grow 2 to 3ft tall. Rose pink flowers with yellow centers in summer. Keep dry in winter.
Bulbine aff wiesei
Green narrow leaves. Yellow flowers. Winter growing.
Also Bulbine mesembryanthoides Small fat windowed green leaves with translucent tops. Grows in rocky soils. Winter growing. Goes dormant in summer, often down to the ground. Flowers in spring. Easy to grow in fast draining soils.
Widespread throughout Mexico. Large barrel to 24+ inches across, will eventually form a column to nearly 4ft tall. While once considered sacred, they are now harvested as a part of the candy industry.
Calathea “Beauty Star”
C. ornata “Beauty Star” Variegated green leaves with yellow, white, silver, and red. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water. Occasionally mist the leaves.
Found on rocky slopes and cliffs along the Central and Southern California coasts. The pale to bright green leaves form medium rosettes with flowers of yellow to pink-red in Spring and Summer.
O. flava v. fabifolia O. fabaefolia Long strappy leaves, lemon-yellow flowers. Small bulbs, summer dormant.
Crassula “Green Pagoda”
Tightly stacked pairs of green leaves form pagoda-like mini towers. Red tipped in full sun. Small pink and white flowers.
Winter growing bulb with light pink flowers. Amazing palmate leaves. Will go dormant in the summer heat.
MudLove Planters – Winona Lake, IN
Tephrocactus articulatus v. papyracanthus
Papery-spines w/glochids. Globular stems, readily propagate by popping off at the joint and rolling away, root easily.
Stems flattened globose to 6″. Thought to be ethnobotanical. Orange-red funnel-shaped flowers. Endangered in habitat. Sometimes spineless.
Haworthiopsis reinwardtii Narrow and upright spotted leaves with pointed tips. 1½” rosettes elongate to 6″ tall. Freely pups at base; shade tolerant. Readily hybridizes.
A. saponaria Agressive low pupper, shade tolerant, brown edge teeth, red in full sun