Cacti And Succulents Identification

Cacti and succulents identification is not easy to determine because of the wide range of species, differences in flowering patterns and shapes. The following guide will help you recognize some common types that may be growing in your garden or neighborhood park. Cacti and succulents identification Cactus identification Cacti have waxy bodies with spines. They…

Sempervivum Engles – Best Way To Propagate And 3 Weird Mates

Sempervivum Engles is a velvety beauty from the U.S.A. Great color. A small/medium variety. A wonderful cultivar with dark tips and a beautiful form. Is Sempervivum Engles A Variety or Cultivar Sempervivum Engles is a mat-forming, evergreen, succulent perennial creating rosettes of fleshy, oval to oblong, maroon-flushed, silvery-grey leaves transforming to purple in winter and…

Sempervivum ‘Pippin’ – 3 Amazing Things You Need To Know About The Plant

Sempervivum ‘Pippin’ is part of the ‘Lord of the Rings’ collection,  a lovely cultivar, bearing large rosettes of deep green, spatula-shaped leaves with dark purple tips. … New plants can be propagated by gently teasing out the little baby rosettes (chicks) which appear around the major plant (chicken), and transplant to a new place. Sempervivum…

Sempervivum : 10 Weird Types, How To Grow And Care For The Plant

Sempervivum tectorum are low growing evergreen succulent plants that look a little like rubbery roses. They are considered alpine or rock yard plants, because of their hardiness and their ability to resist drought. The original rosette, the ‘Hen’ produces little rosette offsets that are called ‘Chicks’. The name Sempervivum is Latin for “live forever.” They…

Your Succulents Are Dying? – Here Are 8 Shocking Reasons They Are Dying.

Are you wondering how to save a dying succulent? Or are you stressed that your succulents are dying due to over-watering or under-watering? Learn how to be sure in this post! I get numerous e-mails from worried succulent fans, asking why their cherished succulents are dying. In some cases, there’s really absolutely nothing incorrect with…