Echeveria Rainbow needs to be placed in the sun and carefully preserved to make its leaves more colorful and increase their ornamental value.
Dec 28 2022By Maggie
String of hearts is not only easy to care for, but also easy to propagate. There are 6 ways to propagate string of hearts. You can propagate it from cuttings quickly either in soil or in water.
Jan 20 2023By Ivy
Improper caring will affect the development of string of hearts leaves. What should we do if the string of hearts leaves are wrinkled? Let's have a look.
If your string of hearts have yellow leaves, it may because of overwatering, drainage issues and low temperatures. Let's learn how to solve it!
The numerous thick, narrow leaves of Peperomia Ferreyrae (happy bean plant) are apple-green, curved and pointed, and look a lot like mung beans, as the name suggests.
Dec 23 2021By Iris
Echeveria Laui is truly one of the most beautiful and outstanding Echeveria species on the planet, and a true necessity for any avid succulent grower. Echeveria
Nov 03 2021By Iris
Haworthia Limifolia (Fairy Washboard) is an attractive succulent with triangular green leaves arranged in rosettes. The leaves of Haworthia limifolia have white
Oct 22 2021By Iris
Foxtail agave (Agave attenuata) is an unusual succulent belonging to the Agave plant genus and the Asparagaceae family of plants. Foxtail agave is native to central Mexico in the state of Jalisco where it produces long, curved flower stalks with greenish-
Dec 07 2021By Iris
Crassula muscosa (Watch chain plant) is an excellent succulent that looks great in a rock garden. Crassula muscosa blooms between spring and summer with tiny yellow-green flowers.
Dec 14 2021By Iris
Crassula Muscosa (Watch chain Crassula) is the most unique succulent in the Sedum genus because of its very distinctive appearance. Crassula muscosa has very small, yellow-green leaves that are tightly packed into each branch of the stem.