A Terrarium of lovely shade plants… Love this one…
Here’s a shot of a wedding centerpiece that we put together in a 10” bubble bowl… putting these together is really a lot of fun.
It’s that time again… wedding season! Time to root thousands of new plants. I’ll be packaging them up and shipping them out over the next few months to serve as wedding favors, centerpieces, bouquets and boutonnieres.
One of my large Aloes… it’s name alludes me at the moment.
The Aeonium arboreum are perking back up
Cold weather and bright sunlight can be a great combination to give succulents amazing color.
Variegated Watch Chain… this plant is so small it’s hard to get a good shot, here’s a close up and it’s flowering!!!
Echeveria Chroma… I really like their color, especially when they have great contrast between pale and deep red…
Kalanchoe Fedtschenkoi, or the much easier to pronounce “Lavender Scallops.”
They are so prolific it’s almost unbelievable and their colors can range from cool blues to intense purples, all depending on the weather…
Love these Echeveria flowers…
Went kinda overboard taking sempervivum cuttings… yes, that is a mound about two inches, or more, high.
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