Mar 31 2021
Hoya plant profile
Shooting star hoya (Hoya multiflora) profile
Lithops turbiniformis profile
Monkey's tail (Hildewintera colademononis) is a long, pendulous succulent perennial plant of the genus Styla in the family Cactus. It has a peculiar plant type, and its slender white hair column is similar to the tail of a Monkey.
Mar 29 2021By Maggie
Aloe arborescens (also known as krantz aloe or candelabra aloe, Torch aloe) is a perennial plant with short or conspicuous stems and fleshy leaves clustered in osettes or sometimes in dichroids, with sharp tips and often stiff teeth or spines at the edges
Mar 26 2021By Maggie
Astrophytum asterias, also known as sand dollar cactus, are cultivated species of the saccharum. Astrophytum asterias is one of the representative species of cymbidium and endangered species.
Mar 24 2021By Maggie
Obregonia denegrii, also known as artichoke cactus, named in honor of Alvaro Obregon (1880-1928), is a rare species of cactus native to Mexico. Its warts are arranged in geometric patterns, making it a rare gem of cactus and one of the representative spec
Mar 23 2021By Maggie
White Velvet (Latin name: Tradescantia sillamontana), also called Cobweb Spiderwort， White Gossamer Plant, White Velvet, belongs to Anatipodiaceae.
Gymnocalycium anisitsii is a member of the genus Gymocalycium in the Cactus family. Plants of Gymnocalycium anisitsii are single, after easy sprouting young ball, flat round ball to round ball, body color grayish green.
Mar 22 2021By Maggie
Crassula quadrangularis is a genus of Cyclosaurus in the family Chrysophoraceae. Crassula quadrangularis likes full sunshine and a warm and dry environment.
Mar 19 2021By Maggie
Melon cactus is a cactus plant (Melocactus), native to the Caribbean coast of South America, and in the flower form is special. In the mature stage, there will be at the top of the sphere secretary a clump of villous.
Mar 18 2021By Maggie
Turbinicarpus horripilus is spherical, with blue-green skin. All edges are divided into verrucous processes. Aciculate spines are white, tip brown. Flowers are apical, deep rose red.
Indian head cactus (Parodia ottonis) belongs to the Cactus family, southern jade genus. Indian head cactus is native to South America.
Mar 17 2021By Maggie
Indian head cactus