Cactus & Succulents
cereus hexagonus, ledy of night cotyledon orbiculata, kalanchoe thyrsiflora, cotyledon, pig ear, perlucens, longflorus, pilocereus perlucens
disocactus, orchid cactus, strap cactus, epiphyllum ackermanni, phyllocactus ackermanni
dancing bones cactus, drunkardâ€™s dream, spice cactus, rhipsalis salicornioides, cactus lyratus, c salicornioides
In its native area, Schlumbergera truncata is grown outdoors as an epiphyte or in rock gardens.
About Cactus & Succulents
The latin word translated into “succulent” is “sucus” which means sap or juice. It is typical of most species of succulents to have aliquid juice or sap in its leaves or body.Cactus & Succulent plants have been the darling of drought-plagued gardeners for many, many years. With their fleshy, water-holding foliage, succulents require very little maintenance.
Drought tolerant Cactus & Succulent are unique in color, style, and growth pattern making them great candidates for beautiful fairy gardens, vertical gardens, and gift-able items.They are quite extensively cultivated not only for the rare beautiful flowers but also for curious and unexpected forms.
The variety of beautiful and interesting succulents seems endless. There are hundreds of types of succulents with fascinating shapes and colors. Many desert succulents will live healthy lives much longer than humans. Some of the best succulent plants also have medicinal uses topically and/or internally.