Succulents are slow-growing resilient mysteries of nature. They come in surprising shapes and sizes. Drainage is key to survival.

Pilea, a trendy, stylish plant

Pilea peperomioides, also called “Chinese money plant”, is a very ornamental plant which is ideal in designer settings.

Opuntia vulgaris, caring for Mickey Mouse paddle cactus

Opuntia vulgaris is a paddle cactus with flat, round leaf-stems. Opuntia vulgaris facts Latin name: Opuntia vulgaris Mill. Common name: Paddle cactus, Mickey Mouse Family: Cactaceae Type: Succulent plant Height: 18 feet (6 m) Indoor use: pot Exposure: full sun Soil: limestone, sand, well-drained Planting : year-round in containers  –  Flowering : June to July Opuntia Vulgaris is a succulent […]
Opuntia vulgaris

Ornamental succulents, delicious eye-candy!

These fleshy plants with surprising geometric shapes have everything you could wish for in a plant. They’re so beautiful and easy to care for! It’s pretty clear why succulents are so trendy!
Ornamental succulents

Indoor and outdoor succulents

Succulents are attractive for their ease of care, their great diversity and their waxy or velvet-covered leaves. They do great both indoors and outside!
Jade plant succulent growing indoors and outdoors

Jade tree, Crassula ovata

The jade tree, which makes a perfect bonsai plant, is a succulent that offers magnificent evergreen leafage. Its ornamental appeal make it one of today’s trendiest plants.
A plastic pot with a small Jade tree growing in it against a hazy background.

Cactus and succulents, 3 easy varieties to grow

Do you tend to forget watering your plants? Succulents and Cactus are the solution! These plants are virtually care-free. Their many shapes and sizes lend a touch of exotic graphic shapes to your home.
Cactus and succulents

Rhipsalis, a plant that looks like hair

Now this is a cactus that sparks wonder! Not a single spike in view, a somewhat crazy look that’s great for surprising ornamental experiments. Let your imagination roam wild!
Rhipsalis plant
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