The Graptopetalum Paraguayense also known as the Ghost Plant and the Mother of the Pearl is a beautiful trailing succulent plant native to Mexico, considered a perfect choice for indoor decoration. The Ghost Plant is a small evergreen plant with amazing leaves in rosette formation that grow on the tip of their stems. The Ghost … Read more
The Crassula Marginalis Rubra Variegata also known as Crassula Pellucida ‘Variegata’, and Calico Kitten, has beautiful heart-shaped small leaves that are scattered all around the pot, giving it a beautiful appearance and making it a heart favorite choice for an indoor plant. Its leaves change their color from mildly pink green to dark pink green, … Read more
Euphorbia Lactea is commonly known as the Coral Cactus, Candelabrum Tree, Candelabra Cactus, Candelabra Plant, Dragon Bones, and is a coral succulent plant, mostly found in India. It can grow up to 16 feet if planted in an outdoor environment, but for indoors, it only grows 2 feet tall. This shrub-like succulent has an erected … Read more
Crassula Ovata, which is commonly known as the Jade Plant, Lucky Plant, Money Tree, and Money Plant, makes a great indoor house plant. The name Money Plant or Money tree refers to the myth attached to the plant; in some cultures, it was considered to bring the wealth in the house. This plant is from … Read more
The Portulacaria Afra, which is also known as Elephant Bush, and Dwarf Jade is a bush-like cascading succulent plant known for its trailing habits. It is used as an ornamental plant for outdoor and indoor decorations. This is a plant that has fleshy leaves and elephants like to eat it. That is the reason for … Read more
Kalanchoe Daigremontiana, is commonly known as the Mother of Thousands Plant, Devil’s Backbone, Mexican Hat Plant, and Alligator Plant is native to the Madagascar region on the coast of Africa. This beautiful succulent plant grows little plantlets on its leaves in hundreds of numbers that is the reason this is called the Mother of Thousands … Read more
Senecio peregrinusis, which is mostly known by its common names, the String of Dolphins, Dolphin Necklace, Flying Dolphins, Dolphin Plant, is a hybrid succulent plant species. The name dolphin was given to it because of its small leaves that are in the perfect shape like a dolphin. Due to this resemblance in shape, they are … Read more
Gymnocalycium mihanovichii is mostly known with its common name, the moon cactus. This plant is a South American species of mutant cactuses. They lack the chlorophyll pigments in them that give them different beautiful colors, such as orange, red, and yellow. They are mostly grown as a household garden plant. But they are also a great choice for indoor plants.
The Aloe polyphylla, or better known as spiral aloe is an indoor plant that is known with many other names including kroonaalwyn, lekhala kharetsa, many-leaved aloe. This is a flowering plant species that belongs to the Aloe genus. It is native to the mountains of Drakensberg, kingdom of Lesotho in South Africa. This is an evergreen perennial succulent plant. This plant is a very beautiful plant as it grows in an asymmetrical and spiral shape.
The Ceropegia woodii, or better known as String of Hearts is an indoor plant that is known with many other names including rosary plant, Sweetheart Vine, Hearts Entangled, and Chain of Hearts. This plant belongs to a family known as Apocynaceae, of plants that are found in southern Asia, Australia, and some African regions. They … Read more
Sedum Rubrotinctum, also known as Jelly Bean, is a colorful succulent plant. Native to Mexico, this succulent plant can reach a maximum height of about 20 cm (8 inches). This succulent plant can be a beautiful addition to your room or garden. Its stems are greatly capable to trail the sides of containers, so depending … Read more
Echeveria Elegans, also known as Mexican snowball, Mexican gem, or white Mexican rose is a stemless echeveria producing symmetrical rosettes of neat, fleshy leaves near to the ground. It mainly forms pink or red flowers from late winter to mid-summer. This species is prevalent among the collectors and in gardens. These plants normally need bright sun light to maintain their colors and form.