Don't know the name of your succulent or cactus plant? This great Compendium of 127 Stunning Desert Plants and Succulents may help. Image shared with permission of ftd.com . For help on propagating succulents please visit http://thegardeningcook.com
Cactus plants, though rough to the touch, can be very pleasing to the eye. Not a lot of effort goes into the maintenance of these exotic house plants and they are the perfect gift for any occasion. Pair a pretty cactus with one of Southern Patio's 10" Electric Pots. #cactus #containergardening http://www.southernpatio.com/products/electric/10-in-ceramic-electric-pot-in-black/
Terrariums are great for plants that require moist, humid environments. Succulents don't usually prefer these types of conditions. Because succulents use their thick, fleshy leaves and stems to hold water, they don't need moist, humid conditions. Traditional closed terrariums hold in moisture and humidity. These wet environments will rot and kill succulents in very little time. In order to successfully marry the two, you'll need to make a few easy tweaks to the traditional terrarium.
Pilosocereus azureus is a spectacular blue cactus native to the semi-tropical areas of Brazil. Its dramatic color is amazing, even more stunning in the middle of green plants. The blue gets bluer as the cactus ages.Blue Torch is a tall pillar type cactus with downy fur along the ribs and beautiful golden spines. At night, it blooms white flowers that are pollinated by bats and sphinx moths. This is an excellent cactus for growing indoors on a windowsill or in your patio. It grows quickly…