(CS)~"ALOE MIX"~Seeds!!!~~~~~~~~Lots of Varieties!
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***CACTUS*** (Houseplant) "Aloe Mix" varieties. 6 seeds/package. These aloe species requires hot, sandy regions like the arid southwestern United States to survive outside. Zones 9-11. It survives as a houseplant elsewhere. As they flourish, they produces exquisite flower spikes. Many different colors & shapes. LEVEL of EXPERIENCE NEEDED FOR THESE SEEDS: Moderate Experience I am a Master Gardener from Wisconsin (ZONE 4) & I want to share many of the perennials, annuals, herbs & veggies from my 3rd generation, organic yard with you. Many of my plants are heirloom varieties that have been on the property since 1940 when my Grandfather built the house. Many I do not have the true name for, just what has been passed down from Gramma, to Mom, to me. I owned my own greenhouse for 13 years & I will give you step-by-step planting directions with each purchase for the gardening amateurs. I gear my sales towards the common gardener, small scale, but I do have a couple "Bulk" for larger scale enthusiasts.
Building Your Own Terrarium It's a lot easier than you may think! First, make sure that you have all the required materials for building your terrarium. The most important of these, of course, is the terrarium itself. Virtually any type of clear plastic or glass container will work just fine. Bottles, fish bowls, jars, you name it. There are even special containers built just for terrariums. Your choices are endless; just make sure that you choose a clear container that's been cleaned with hot soapy water, as tinted or cloudy glass or plastic will interfere with plant growth by reducing light.
The creative and special design of these lovely planters will make your home more lively. Each planter features a small hole in the bottom that allows water to flow out through the soil. Made from natural resin. It's a good a idea to send them to your friends/family as a gift.
Mammillaria hahniana, native to Mexico, forms globular stems to 6" or more in diameter. Stems are densely covered with white hair, and short white spines. Concentric rings of dark pink flowers appear amidst the white hairs, creating a dramatic contrast. Easy to grow. Porous cactus soil with adequate drainage. Bright light with ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost.
KAROO ROSE Lapidaria Margaretae - Rare mesembs living rock stome cacti Succulent SEEDs - By MySeeds.Co (0020 Seeds - 20 Seeds - Pkt. Size)
This is a very beautiful plant and a real joy to see in any collection. Lapidaria grows a lot like Lithops but with 2-4 leaves pairs with new leaves emerging at right angles to old. It is believed to be a kind of ancestral Lithops, or at least a more primitive descendant of an ancestral Lithops. Lapidaria margaretae, known as the Karoo Rose, is a lovely succulent that is native to South Africa. Individual plants usually have two bulbous, almost fused leaves opposite to each other and hardly any stem. The slit between the leaves contains the meristem and produces flowers and new leaves. Old leaves die after the new pair has emerged. The leaves are transparent. These leaves, or "windows" contain calcium oxalate crystals that diffuse onto the area that is being photosynthesized in the plant. This helps the plant absorb lots of sunlight even in minimum exposure. The plant is almost entirely buried in soil only exposing the flat upper surfaces of leaves. This is an adaptation to the dry, hot environment. Compact stemless succulent with at least 2-3 pairs of stone shaped leaves (more in cultivation), with 1 to 3 branches (rarely forms clumps). Leaves are rounded-triangular, as thick as wide, keel and margins hard and prominent, usually greys white or pinkish at the base with rest of leaf paler. The internodes are short with the subsequent leaves touching and supporting one another at their bases resulting in compact heads. The Lapidaria margaretae has 5cm wide yellow flowers in the autumn and winter. After they bloom, a new pair of leaves develop, used the moisture from the older pair of leaves to grow. The plants should not be watered until the old pair of leaves is totally shriveled. Will take -4 Â° C for short periods