continue to grow
side by side together.
(Elfje) (c) Elaine Patricia
16 days into February
Your tribute to the Lithops is wonderful. What a unique plant which I never knew existed.
I have a small collection of cactus and succulents. They are wonderful sculptural plants.
Another species for my green fingered wife to suss out.
I had to look up that plant. I actually do not recall ever seeing ‘living stone’ before.
Quite amazing. It looks like a mushroom.
I had some cacti I actually grew by seed. But I tried to transplant them… and they didn’t make it.
I can’t get them to grow from seed. I tend to buy from garden centres or the cactus and succulent society I am a member of.
I’m trying to have less house plants. I want to be able to travel and not have someone else in my home while I’m away. I’ve got African Violets in a front window that bloom throughout the whole year. They must like that spot. 🙂
I have some kalanchoe or flaming katies as my Mum called them that seem to flower continually.
They look lovely. Smooth leaf, where as the violets are fuzzy.
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