Category: Succulents Types

Euphorbia plants are some of the most interesting, eye-catching succulents available. With their unique look and feel, these plants make great focal points in gardens, beds, and containers.
Monkey tail cactus grow a long cylindrical stem. This stem is covered with thick spines that curve downwards, and make the cacti look a bit like a squiggly tail. The spines are brown and may have a hint of red. Flowers can be creamy to yellow in color, with a red center
While some Monkey Tail plants bloom, they are grown primarily for the unique appearance of their leaves. Monkey Tails are drought tolerant and low maintenance, perfect for anyone new to gardening.
Euphorbias are commonly known as “spurges.” They have become popular as indoor houseplants due to their small size, varied color and texture, and exceptional tolerance of neglect. In the past they were usually grown in hanging baskets or terrariums. Propagating them is relatively simple once you know how.
Air plants are a unique, beautiful, and low-maintenance houseplant that require no soil to grow. They’re a wonderful choice for people with black thumbs (such as myself!) or anyone who wants a fresh new greenery to brighten up their house without committing to weekly watering or repotting. Here are 11 excellent facts about air plants that you definitely need to know.
Agave are a succulent plant indigenous to Mexico, and they’re gaining popularity with chefs and home cooks alike, who are discovering that the blue and silver varieties – tequila comes from a blue agave, while mescal generally comes from a white variety – add an unexpected nuance of caramel sweetness to various dishes.

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