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Graptopetalum amethystinum "lavender pebbles"

Graptopetalum amethystinum "lavender pebbles" whhhat cool now I know what it is! One of my favorites from my succulent garden collection

Haworthia variant. The Haworthias are just about the weirdest of all succulents.

Haworthia maughanii How to create a sea-creature succulent garden - Boldly colored. With the wonderful world of succulents, you can mimic an underwater garden Colorful DIY succulents Drought Friendly Drought Tolerant California Garden

grow in full sun. Persian Shield. Easily multiplied by simply breaking off and sticking in potting soil. You can have all you want and save money too

Purple leaves of a Persian shield plant. - Persian shield - can be grown outside as an annual or, as an indoor houseplant, it will bloom in winter.


Living Stones, Lapidaris Margarethae originates in Namibia and South Africa. Derived from the latin word lapis: stone; lapidaria means group of stones.

Haworthia cooperi obtusa

Haworthia cooperi obtusa Haworthia is one of my favourite genuses and I particularly love the cooperi obtusa as it is semi transparent and it comes in a variety of colours

Hawthoria Obtusa- amazing succulent!

Some succulents have translucent leaves to allow sunlight to penetrate deep inside their tissues.The glass-like Haworthia cooperi ‘Dodson’ has taken this phenomenon to the extreme.