HOUSEPLANT: Kalanchoe or "Mexican Hat" - This unique plant reproduces by making "babies" that appear around the edges of each leaf, which can be gently pulled off and replanted. They will also fall off on their own and will continue to grow.
Albuca Spiralis this curious plant, characterized because its stems grow in a spiral, kinking and coiling to extend. These stems arise from a partially buried central tuber, which is one extension of the roots.
Variegated Creeping Blue Sedum~Creeping Blue features round, blue foliage with a deep pink line, changing to all pink each winter. Variegated offers buttery yellow and silvery-blue oval leaves. Delicate pink flowers are a treat for birds and butterflies.