Nov 022017
Bryophyllum Plants

What are Bryophyllum Plants? This Bryophyllum is a succulent plant type and is native to Madagascar. These plants have the ability to produce new baby plants from their leaves. (i.e) Bryophyllum Plants vegetatively produce small plantlets along the edges/tips of their leaves which will root themselves to become new plants upon falling on the ground. This phenomenon […]

Sep 242017
Cactus and Succulents Sale in Chennai

Cactus & Succulents! Cactus & Succulents are slowly taking over our gardening space by occupying an important corner of our ornamental plant section. With their unique shapes and dangerously beautiful looking spines, cactus and Succulents are the perfect choice for any centrepiece arrangement. Be it a social gathering or a house party, these are the immediate conversation starters. Cacti […]

Sep 252014
Haworthia limifolia - Fairy Washboard!

Haworthia limifolia is an unusually attractive and a leaf succulent plant. The leaves are rough-textured and are arranged in a tight spiral rosette like setting. Leaves are triangular shaped and have distinctly marked ridges all over its surfaces, making them look like very hard on the leaf tips. Because of the ridges, these plants are called Fairy Wash […]

Sep 142014
Starfish Flower - Orbea variegata (Stapelia variegata)

Orbea variegata (Stapelia variegata): Orbea variegata is a leafless, stem Succulent perennial, which often called as Starfish Cactus or Toad Cactus. Though it is not a cactus, it is known to many people by the name “Toad Cactus”. This is a sun loving plant which requires full sun to partial. The stems are four-angled, edged with a soft teeth. These are […]

Aug 132014
Difference between Cactus and Succulents

Cacti vs Succulents: I like cactus (Plural: Cacti) and succulents so much that I started collecting many cactus types and succulents in my terrace garden. The count increases in number every time I visit a nursery garden. I always thought that the cactus are the ones with spines whereas the succulents are of the softer, […]

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