Crassulaceae

One of the largest families of succulents and is known as the stonecrop family or the orpine family. Crassulaceae are a diverse family of dicotyledon flowering plants characterized by succulent leaves and a unique photosynthesis process known as Crassulacean acid metabolism. Flowers usually have five floral parts.

Often found in dry and/or cold places where water is scarce, Crassulaceae are found worldwide, but mostly in the Northern Hemisphere and southern Africa, although some are aquatic.

Crassula Ovata Care Guide

Crassula

Crassula ovata

Crassula ovata is also known as jade plant are one of the most popular succulents because they are easy to care for and to propagate.

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echeveria pulvinata care guide

Crassulaceae

Echeveria Pulvinata ‘Ruby’

Echeveria Pulvinata 'Ruby' is a cultivar of Echeveria Pulvinata. It is a rosette-shaped succulent. The leaves are tender with microscopic ha

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Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop Care Guide

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Dark Succulents for Plant Goths

Plant goths and Halloween lovers unite! If you are in the market for black or spooky succulents, this is a list of visually interesting succulents that will match your Plant Goth Aesthetic. Succulents for Plant Goths: Aeonium Arboreum ‘Zwartkop’ Echeveria Black Prince Kalanchoe Humilis – Desert Surprise Echeveria Nodulosa Echeveria ...

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Sedum Morganianum

Crassulaceae

Sedum Morganianum / Burrito

Two succulents are known by the same common names: Sedum Burrito (Burroโ€™s Tail) and Sedum Morganianum (Donkey Tail).

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