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Concrete Leaf (Titanopsis Calcarea)

About Me!

Native to South Africa! I am an interesting looking succulent. My leaves are thick and covered in little bumps. In order to keep me healthy, put me in a bright and sunny window, and only water me when my soil dries completely.

Other Names Jewel Weed, Carpet Leaf, Sheep's Tongue
Country of Origin South Africa
Maintenance Level Low
Water Keep soil moist, but do not overwater. Try using "Soak and dry" method. Allow soil to dry out between watering's.
Sunlight Full sunlight
Soil Well draining soil mixed with cactus soil and sand.
Temperature 20-50F
Planting Zone 9a-11b
Bloom Color Yellow

 

 

Giant Jewel (Aloinopsis Malherbei)

About Me!

Native to South Africa! Similar to the Concrete Leaf Succulent, my leaves are rimmed in little white bumps. Expect to see bright yellow blooms during mid winter through spring. 

Other Names n/a
Country of Origin South Africa
Maintenance Level Low
Water Keep soil moist, but do not overwater. Try using "Soak and dry" method. Allow soil to dry out between watering's.
Sunlight Full Sunlight
Soil Well draining soil mixed with cactus soil and sand.
Temperature 25-50F
Planting Zone 10a-11b
Bloom Color Yellow

 

Lithops (Lithops Dinteri)

About Me!

Native South Africa! There is no other succulent quite like me. Slow growing with a very unique look, I make the perfect addition to any rock garden. I come in a large variety of colors to suit any plant arrangement. I thrive best when I am with other Lithops and or Split Rock succulents. 

Other Names Living Stones, Flowering Stones
Country of Origin South Africa
Maintenance Level Low
Water Keep soil moist, but do not overwater. Try using "Soak and dry" method. Allow soil to dry out between watering's.
Sunlight Full sun
Soil Well draining with a mix of cactus soil and sand
Temperature  30-50F
Planting Zone 10a-11b
Bloom Color Golden Yellow

Notocactus (Uebelmannianus)

About Me!

Native to South America! The Notocactus is one of the the largest species of cacti-succulents. I am moderately frost tolerant so I am okay to stay outside some mornings. My deep green color makes me perfect for decorative planter pot assortments, and in the spring I bloom gorgeous and bright pink blossoms. 

Other Names Southern Cactus
Country of Origin South America
Maintenance Level Low
Water Keep soil moist, but do not overwater. Try using "Soak and dry" method. Allow soil to dry out between watering's.
Sunlight Medium to full sunlight
Soil Well draining with a mix of cactus soil and sand
Temperature 25-55F
Planting Zone 9b-10b
Bloom Color Bright pink with yellow center

 

Royal Flush Split Rock (Pleiospilos Nelii)



About Me!

Native to South Africa! I will make a very unique addition to your succulent garden or window sill. I have thick egg shaped leaves that grow in pairs. I love being with other Split Rock succulents and lithops. I am sure to be the perfect addition to your perfect rock garden!

Other Names n/a
Country of Origin South Africa
Maintenance Level High
Water Keep soil moist but not soaked, only water when top portion is fully dry. Avoid watering in winter and summer. 
Sunlight Full sun/bright indoor light
Soil Well Draining Soil, mixture of cactus soil and sand
Temperature 25-50F
Planting Zone 9b-11b
Bloom Color Pink with white center

Sedum Hernandezii

About Me!

Native to Mexico, if you're looking for a plant to add interest that requires minimum TLC then I may just be the plant for you! My leaves are a gorgeous emerald green color and round in shape. I can thrive in very rigid conditions, so if there is a spot in your garden that gets a little too much sun, consider making it my new home!

Other Names Jelly Bean Sedum, Stonecrop
Country of Origin  Mexico
Maintenance Level Low
Water Keep soil moist, but do not overwater. Try using "Soak and dry" method.
Sunlight Full sun
Soil Well Draining Soil, mixture of cactus soil and sand
Temperature 20-50F
Planting Zone 9a-11b
Bloom Color Star shaped yellow flowers bloom in winter and spring

Split Rock (Pleiospilos Nelii)

About Me!

Native to South Africa! I will make a very unique addition to your succulent garden or window sill. I have thick egg-shaped leaves that grow in pairs. I love being planted in pots with other Split Rock succulents and Lithops. I am sure to be the perfect addition to your rock garden!

Other Names Cleft Stones, Mimicry Plant
Country of Origin South Africa
Maintenance Level High
Water Keep soil moist but not soaked, only water when top portion is fully dry. Avoid watering in winter and summer. 
Sunlight Full sun/bright indoor light near window
Soil Well Draining Soil, mixture of cactus soil and sand
Temperature 30-50F
Planting Zone 10A-11B
Bloom Color Orange (Smells like coconut!)