Feb 25 2021
Conophytum vanzylii profile
Desert rose-Adenium obesum profile
Feb 24 2021
Echinocereus pentalophus (ladyfinger cactus) profile
Graptoveria amethorum is a perennial fleshy herb with a small to medium-sized variety. Graptoveria amethorum looks a little like the pellet leaves of the small and the leaves are thicker than the small and the leaves are thicker.
Feb 24 2021By Maggie
Elephant's trunk, scientific name Pachypodium namaquanum, is the genus Oleander, originally from Namibia, also known as the Light Hall. Elephant's trunk stem is 1.5 -- 1.8 m tall, unbranched, and the stem is densely spines 5 cm long.
Echeveria Bombycina is an artificial hybrid of the genus Echeveria in the Chrysomelaceae, produced by crossing Echeveria setosa and Echeveria pulvinata.
Caralluma Hesperidum is a member of the genus Buffalopyrum in the family Euphrasiaceae, found in North Africa, the Mediterranean region, and the island of Socotra in southern Yemen.
Young twin spined cactus is single, and the old plant is easy to cluster. Twin Spined Cactus, scientific name Mammillaria geminispina, spherical is elliptic, the top of the bulb is densely covered with white woolly hairs, the axils are white woolly hairs
Twin Spined Cactus
Walking Kalanchoe, scientific name Kalanchoe synsepala, is mainly located in southeast Africa, on the island of Madagascar. Walking Kalanchoe is suitable for potted plants and plants in indoor cultivation.
Green pinwheel, scientific name Aeonium decorum, is a lotus palmataceae plants, mostly used for garden bonsai and home plant decoration.
Matucana madisoniorum can grow up to 15cm tall and 10cm in diameter as it ages. Matucana madisoniorum common colors are orange, red, and white (the white may be another variety).
Oscularia pedunculata is native to South Africa and some coastal areas of the United States. Oscularia pedunculata likes a warm and dry and sunny environment, drought resistant, afraid of water wet, no obvious dormant period.
Madagascar palm is a succulent tree genus of oleander family, with brownish green cylindrical stems, fat and straight, densely bearing 3 hard spines in a cluster, thicker and slightly shorter.