GROWING-AND-CARING-IN-BEHALF-OF-SUCCULENTS
Some adapted tips on growing and caring in behalf of succulents
October 24, 20090 Comments

Succulents are extremely accessible garden plants. Because they can thrive on minimum water they are perfect in behalf of

Succulent Plants
Succulent Plants from A to Z
October 24, 20090 Comments

A is in behalf of Aloe, which is all alone of most of all commonly of note succulent genus,

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SUCCULENT PLANT PERIODICALS
A Bibliography of Succulent Plant Periodicals
October 24, 20090 Comments

When working w. succulent plants – in behalf of pleasure or as with a profession – it after a


ENCYCLOPAEDIA

arboreum atropurpureum
May 6, 20180 Comments

Aeonium arboreum ‘atropurpureum’ In summer sun, the green leaves turn a dark purple-red. Yellow flowers appear in late winter

Astrophytum capricorne
May 7, 20110 Comments

The stem is globe-shaped, later short cylindrical, up to 25 cm high, pale green, thickly covered with white flakes

Astrophytum coahuilense
May 8, 20180 Comments

looks very much like Astrophytum myriostigma, but has a red centre in the yellow flowers. Also grey flocks instead

Astrophytum myriostigma
Astrophytum myriostigma
May 8, 20180 Comments

The young plant has a low, globose stem, that becomes columnar in age, attaining a height of up to

Cleistocactus baumannii
May 8, 20180 Comments

The stem is erect at first, later – due to its great length it is prostrate – branching at

Coryphantha bumamma
May 9, 20180 Comments

Very large, glossy green tubercles make this flattened globular species distinctive. Its stout spines are yellow and – after

Coryphantha clava
Coryphantha clava
May 9, 20180 Comments

This stubbly cactus has yellow to brown spines that fade to off-white. Clumping with age it bears golden flowers

Coryphantha guerkeana
May 12, 20180 Comments

Pale starry spines and short, curved, often black-tipped central spines encase the body of this species. It is globular

coryphantha pseudoechinus
Coryphantha pseudoechinus
May 12, 20180 Comments

The chief attraction of this cactus is its spines, which range from pale or red-brown to black. After five

Adromischus cooperi
May 12, 20180 Comments

The small purple-blotched, grey-green leaves are most often spoon-shaped with a flattened wavy edge. The centres of the pale

ENCYCLOPAEDIA