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Senecio rowleyanus
Senecia rowleyanus 'String of Pearls'

Did some shopping yesterday and got some great little succulents. Also got a nice little house plant too while shopping at a different place. I went to Rainbow gardens to get a client some Philippine violets before they sold out. Plus I had to go to that garden center because I had coupons that were about to expire. I've been wanting to start a succulent collect to maybe start selling...maybe some day. I have some weird interest in succulents but I have been fighting getting more because I don't really have room. Since I am going to be making a 4 tier grow cart I thought it would be a good time to get started on the collection.

Senecia rowleyanus 'String of Pearls'. I knew this was called string of pearls because I remember seeing it online once. The thing I hate about getting succulents from stores is that they normally do not have actual names, it just says assorted succulents. I like the uniqueness of this plant and I think it would be a good seller as it makes a great hanging basket too. Succulents make great houseplants. They are also good for most anyone because normal not plant crazed people don't want to water often, so the succulents and cactus are the way to go. My mother had many cactus that were strewn around the house she loved them and they never died.

haworthia fasciata
Haworthia fasciata

Ever since I went to the botanical gardens and saw the Haworthia reinwardtii I have been in love with the Haworthias that are shaped that same way. Of course when I saw this Haworthia I couldn't pass it up. Yet again it was labeled as just plain succulent.

hoya carnosa
Hoya carnosa 'Krinkle Kurl' variegated

I have thought about Hoyas but never found one I really wanted. I love leaves that are curled and leaves that are variegated so I naturally had to get my first Hoya. It is supposed to bloom every few weeks if I fertilize every 2 weeks, or everyday with Eleanors vf-11 which I need to try out.


Darn these unlabeled succulents. This is an Echeveria and I'm not sure of the variety. I searched forever yesterday and the only thing I found that looked like it in some pictures was Echeveria subsessilis, but not too sure. Maybe someone out there can help with the ID. I'll post on Gardenweb to see if someone who is a succulent or echeveria guru will know.

hemigraphis alternata
hemigraphis alternata
Hemigraphis alternata

Hemigraphis alternata is called waffle plant or red ivy. I liked the unique texture of the leaves and the purple undersides. I'm still trying to find something that likes my computer desk. I'm hoping the waffle plant will be the one since it likes part shade. If not back on the windowsill.


Carla said...

Congrats to you-new babies are always fun! (I too, have a fondness for succulents:)

Defining Your Home said...

I love your blog! Your photography is fantastic! Congratulations on your endeavors. Cameron (Defining Your Home Garden)

Susie said...

I came across your blog from Beth at ND garden girl. You take great pictures and your plant choices are great.

I read your post about your new job and leaving the other nursery. I work at a retail sales nursery and enjoy it most of the time.

It sounds like your new job will be great. I would like to learn more about propagation.

Anonymous said...

I love it! Very creative!That's actually really cool.


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I've been searching this kind of blogs and I think it's a succulent collect to start something else at home, I mean something to be the owner...maybe some day. I have some weird interest in succulents gardens, and you need more time to show all your knowledge.

Anonymous said...

The Echeveria is Echeveria lilacina...