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Haworthia is a type of succulent that is easy to care for and are low-maintenance plants. These plants are native to Africa, and you can find them primarily in rocky places. There are more than 100 species of Haworthia, and all of them have unique features of their own. Most Haworthias are slow-growing and relatively small. If you plan...
Haworthia Truncata is an oddly beautiful is the word that can describe this peculiar succulent. Haworthia Truncata is one of the rare plants that you can find in Cape Province, South Africa. This succulent is known for having unusual leaves that look like a horse's teeth. That is why it is commonly known as "Horse's Teeth Haworthia." It is...
Kalanchoe Carnea, commonly known as Modoc or Big Leaf Kalanchoe, is a 3 to 4 feet tall succulent with green, glabrous leaves 2 to 3 inches broad by 4 to 5 inches long and blunt scalloped margins that are reflexed beneath.  In the summer, this plant has showy pink blooms in terminal racemes peak above the foliage. This plant thrives...
Different Types of Haworthia- Haworthia is a large genus of succulents that are small in size and are slow-growing plants. It is unbelievable that these succulents come with different leaf shapes, flower sizes, colors, and hardiness zone. If you wonder where this succulent type comes from, it was after the British botanist and entomologist Adrian Hardy Haworth. These types of succulents...
Kalanchoe Bracteata, commonly called Silver Teaspoons, is from South Eastern Madagascar and Comoros. It is a bit compact shrubby succulent that grows to about 4 feet tall, has oval leaves that are 1 to 2 inches long, and have a tiny point at the apex, as well as short petioles.  This plant also has a pubescence of appressed tiny stellate...
Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana (Supermarket Kalanchoe)
Kalanchoe blossfeldiana is an herbaceous and widely cultivated house plant hybridized and sold as floral plants, even before succulents became fashionable in general. This plant is endemic to Madagascar and is often called Supermarket kalanchoe, Flaming Katy, Christmas kalanchoe, Florist kalanchoe, and Madagascar widow's-thrill.  Kalanchoe blossfeldiana have dark green scalloped leaves and bouquet-like flower clusters that range in warm colors, multicolored...
Crassula Hummel's Sunset Succulent Care
Crassula Hummel's Sunset is one of the several varieties of Crassula Ovata or Jade Plant. It is also commonly known as the Golden Jade, specified in the Crassula genus in the Crassulaceae family. The name Crassula Hummel's Sunset came from its Hybridizer and its sunset-like color.  Emerald Edward Hummel (1903-1979), a prominent Nurseryman and Plantsman and noted Horticultural Experimenter and succulent Hybridizer, introduced Crassula Hummel's Sunset. In 1993, Hummel's...
Haworthia Cooperi Var. Trucnata is a small rosette-forming and stemless houseplant succulent. Haworthia is a large genus from the Asphodelaceae family native to Southern Africa. They are frequently compared and confused with aloes because they are from the same family. The only difference is that Haworthia is smaller than Aloes. The generic name ‘Haworthia’ honors the British Botanist and Entomologist Adrian Hardy Haworth. Haworthia...
Behind every healthy cactus lies well-conditioned soil. It is of utmost importance to choose the best soil for cactus because it helps the plant grow well, produce a beautiful flower, keep its spiny structure, and preserve its appealing forms. Cactus as a houseplant usually needs soil that closely resembles its natural habitat—the desert. For that reason, the following information will...
Watering Guide for Raindrops Echeveria
Knowing the proper watering guide for Raindrops Echeveria is necessary for gardeners to consider because that is where the Raindrops Echeveria's life depends.  The Raindrops Echeveria are famous for being a drought-tolerant plant and only need low watering. But in reality, watering the Raindrops Echeveria will always depend on the following factors:  1. Temperature, Humidity, and Climate Watering habits should change depending...