L. longipetala “Little Peach” Prefers very fast draining soils. Dead-head to get them to rebloom spring through fall. Apricot-peach to pink flowers.
Soft green leaves with creamy white margins, flattened rosettes to 8″d. Winter grower, bottom leaves may blush pink in spring before dropping off for summer.
Rare form – smooth variegated skin with shades of green, yellow, or orange.
Small round solitary barrel will eventually grow vertical to 5″ tall. Very slow growing. Yellow flowers in summer.
Thick spear-shaped ribbed green leaves. A compact snake plant makes a great low water houseplant, moderate to bright light. Underground 1″ rhizomes.
C. validus fa. monstrose “Ming Thing” A blue cactus with short and lumpy monstrose growth, to 12″ tall. Do not overwater, it is slow growing and likes to be dry.
D. muscipula “Red Dragon” D. muscipula “Akai Ryu” Perennial Carnivore A stunning red-trapped cultivar of the classic fly trap. Deep burgundy in summer. The petioles can reach 6″. Allow to slightly dry between waterings. No fertilizer.
Low growing staying under 1 foot tall with each stem ending in tight 8 to 10 inch wide green rosettes. The summer flowers are pale greenish yellow. Name seems to be used for a variety of low-growing green Aeoniums, with narrow or rounded leaves. Shade-tolerant.