Succulent types


Aeonium Arboreum

Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop Succulent Growing Guide

Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop Succulent Growing Guide Common name:  Black Rose Family: Crassulaceae Origin: Atlantic Islands, mainly Canary Islands, and northern Africa Sunlight: 5 to 6 hours Dormancy: Summer dormant Water: In winter weekly and winter bi-weekly  Soil:  Slightly Acidic sandy loam INTRODUCTION: The Black rose, or Aeonium Arboreum is one of the most stunning plants in the succulent family. Its dark purple leaves with …

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Graptoveria Debbie Succulent Plant Care Guide

Graptoveria Debbie Succulent Plant Care Guide Common name: Graptoveria Debbie Family: Crassulaceae Origin: Graptopetalum amethystinum and an unknown species of Echeveria. Sunlight: 6 to 7 hours Dormancy: Summer dormant Water: In summer weekly and winter bi-weekly  Soil: porous soil Introduction: Graptoveria Debbie is a cross between an echeveria and a succulent. When the plant is under healthy stress, the leaves in bluish-purple colour …

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Mammillaria Elongata Cactus: How to Grow and Care Ladyfinger Plant

How to Grow and Care for Mammillaria Elongata Cactus? Cactus Mammillaria Elongata Breif Mammillaria elongata is familiar as ladyfinger cactus. The ladyfinger plant is the tribe of the plant, which gives flowers and hails from the largest genus of the family, Cactaceae. This plant belongs to a Mexican city. In Latin, the word mammilla means …

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Rhipsalis Cereuscula

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Rhipsalis Cereuscula: 3 Growing Tips Indoors and Outdoor Rhipsalis Cereuscula The scientific name of the Rhipsalis is Rhipsalis cereuscula. This succulent plant belongs to the family of Cactaceae, and the tribe is Rhipsalideae. The genus is Rhipsalis. This Rhipsalis comes from the place Uruguay and Brazil. It is a shrubby plant, and the colour of …

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Sedum dasyphyllum

Sedum Dasyphyllum Stonecrop Succulent

Subshrub succulent of the genus Sedum also known as Corsican stonecrop, Sedum dasyphyllum perennial evergreen plant used as ornamental plant can be as groundcover and it’s drought tolerant plant, can grow in temperate, Mediterranean, subtropics climate as indoor as houseplant and growing in hardiness zone 5-9 and with the right care in hardiness zone 10a.

Echeveria Pulvinata Chenille Plant

Echeveria Pulvinata “Chenille Plant” | Succulents Greener

The Echeveria Pulvinata plant is well known as a chenille plant. Chenille plant produces flowers, which are much attractive to the hummingbirds. Chenille plant does not require much water. Chenille plant does best in the container and is a warmer plant.
Place the plant in a pot to bring indoors in cool months—good climate to grow in sunlight. Chenille succulent is a dazzling plant and belongs to Oaxaca, Mexico City. The chenille plant is a tribe of Pulvinata. The leaves and offsets of the plant cover with tiny hairs and are in silver color. Chenille plant looks fuzzy.

Senecio Peregrinus

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Senecio peregrines, a string of dolphins Senecio peregrinus scientific name is Senecio “Hippogriff “. Senecio peregrinus is usually known as a dolphin necklace, dolphin plant, string of dolphins, flying dolphins. Senecio peregrinus hails from the family Asteraceae, its subfamily is Asteroidea, and the species is Senecionea and belongs to the genus Senecio.
A string of dolphins is from the curio articulatus, and a line of dolphins previously called Senecio articulatus and curio rowleyanus previously called Senecio rowleyanus. Senecio peregrinus is a dazzling plant of succulent and its leaves are small; Senecio peregrinus increases to 6 inches in height. The Senecio peregrinus becomes a great plant to them when the leaves grow.

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