Crassula succulent

Lithops - (commonly called "flowering stones“ or "living stones“) are true mimicry plants: their shape, size and color causes them to resemble small stones in their natural surroundings. The plants blend in among the stones as a means of protection. Grazing animals which would otherwise eat them during periods of drought to obtain moisture usually overlook them. Even experts in the field sometimes have difficulty locating plants for study because of this unusual deceptive camouflage.

Albuca namaquensis, cool little plant, adds a lot of texture


Haworthia Obtusa Stunning. Why don't more people have succulents? Much more fascinating than ferns.

Curly succulents. I must have these.

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Succulent identification chart & growing info, climate zones, conditions, etc. for a wide variety of succulents

hanging succulent basket

"Crassula Mucosa" (watch chain) - SUCULENTA

Crassula Buddha's Temple

grafting cacti (just in case. I'm not a cactus person, really. my spines are all on the inside. ;)

// Crassula umbrella

Succulents grown into the shape of a Chameleon, Montreal Botanical Garden

shells & succulents

I LOVE this succulent!! Crassula tomentosa

My dream land would be full of odd flora.

Pretty! soooo clever using the tails for water. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS. ~ Di

rainbow succulent

Crassula Argentea 'Baby Jade'

Santa Barbara Succulents | orchids together with driftwood and moss? Ok. that might just need to happen.