Euphorbia lactea

Euphorbia Lactea ‘Cristata’

Euphorbia Lactea ‘Cristata’ Crested Euphorbia, Coral Cactus, Crested Elkhorn Euphorbia is an aggressive succulent of bar-shaped ordered in a cyclical fold up the pattern. The components are green and attractively, and irregular in shape with lime green colour. Origin: Euphorbia Lactea Cristata is a crested form of Euphorbia lactea. Usually found …

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Gymnocalycium Mihanovichii “Moon Cactus”

Gymnocalycium Mihanovichii: The Moon Cactus How to Grow?

Gymnocalycium Mihanovichii “Moon Cactus” This adorable Gymnocalycium mihanovichii cactus combines two cactus plants, Gymnocalycium and Hylocereus; this cactus generally grafted onto Hylocereus cactus; this is why the combination of these two of them, also known as “Moon Cactus.” These cacti often show orange, red, and yellowish coloring on the plant’s …

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Portulacaria Afra Elephant bush

Portulacaria Afra “Elephant Bush Succulent” Plant

Portulacaria Afra “Elephant Bush Succulent” Elephant Bush, Dwarf Jade, Elephant Food Portulacaria afra, “Elephant bush”, is a beautiful perennial succulent plant indigenous from eastern South Africa. This plant is grown as a seasonal house plant and low caring plant in many regions. Portulacaria afra known by various names Elephant bush, …

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Mother of thousands

Mother of Thousands Kalanchoe Daigremontiana

Mother of Thousands “Kalanchoe daigremontiana” Alligator Plant or Mexican Hat Plant Indigenous to Madagascar, this famous monocarpic succulent is ideal for the learner or beginners. It relates to the Crassulaceae family and most similar to the jade plant or Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (Flaming Katy). The leaves of the “mother of thousands plant” …

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