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

Haworthia cooperii truncata I love these!

Oxalis adenophylla 'Purple Heart'

Họ Me Chua Đất - Oxalis adenophylla 'Purple Heart'

euphorbia

"Euphorbia obesa is a peculiar, almost ball shaped dwarf succulent plant that resembles a stone. Photo credited to Karin, Southern Meadows: November

I LOVE this succulent!! Crassula tomentosa

Crassula tomentosa- looks like an optical illusion!

String of Pearls

Wish my string of pearls looked like this

Mammillaria Elongata Monstrosus - Brain Cactus.

Mammillaria Elongata Monstrosus - The Brain Cactus, como un cerebro.

mysleepykisser-with-feelings-hid: “ Conophytum obcordellum by Keith Kitoi Taylor (more flower posts here) ”

'String of Pearls' - Ground cover, succulent. Makes a good house plant in hanging basket.

'String of Pearls' - Ground cover, succulent. Makes a good house plant in hanging basket. My grandma used to have these in a hanging basket in the guest bedroom. I'll ever forget it, but I never knew what the plant was until now.

Houseplants tip: Save the water from cooking pasta. Let it cool, then use it to water houseplants.If the soil of your houseplants get algae, loosen the dirt in your pots periodically. Open the doors and windows when temperatures permit to give your house a change of air. This will benefit you and your houseplants. Re-invigorate your houseplants by removing the top 1/4 inch of soil and top-dressing with fresh potting soil.

Houseplants tip: Save the water from cooking pasta. Let it cool, then use it to water houseplants.If the soil of your houseplants get algae, loosen the dirt in your pots periodically. Open the doors and windows when temperatures permit to give your house

Good helper in the garden and with house plants too.

Helpful chart to identify deficiency problems in plants. What Does the Leaf Says About Nutrient Deficiency Problem