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Hi everyone. Here's a succulent I found (yes, found) shrivelled up and almost dead. Gave it a spot to live and it seems to be growing well now. I'm not sure what it is, looks like an echeveria though. Here's a recent photo. Thanks
How I made my Living Picture. I started this project about a year ago. I had an old picture frame that my husband Fred made a two to three inch deep box and attached it to the back of the frame. This was then filled with sphagnum moss and
I briefly visited the Royal Botanic Gardens yesterday while in Sydney. I grabbed a lot of photos, heres some from the succulent garden: A LOT of plants were not labeled, so some i ID'd myself and i'd appreciate IDs on any i don't know. Cleistocactu
Is any one going to the Cactus and Succulent Show at Mt Cootha Botanic Gardens, on the 8th and 9th June next week?
Last year I got so majorly hooked on Lithops which look like little stone plants. They are unique and fascinating. I bet a small part of a SFG box could house some of these little beauties, yes? I wonder if anyone here has fallen in love with these coo
Sorry about the punny alliteration - couldn't help myself. Anyway, I thought that I'd link two of my favourite stapeliad sites, for those of that inclination. A warning though: one might find them frustrating because one could well want to track down