Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Exotic Succulents

We at Everything Grows handle a lot of succulents as they are very popular for indoor applications.  We are careful about choosing the right location for them -- they need a bright indoor environment to survive. There are a wide variety of succulents to choose from and we found an online post with a collection of photos of some of the more unusual and exotic ones.  See photos below:

1. Faucaria felina are also known as “tiger jaws.”Faucaria felina
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2. Haworthia cooperi resembles bunches of tiny watermelons!Haworthia cooperi
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3. Fenestraria rhopalophylla or “baby toes.”Fenestraria rhopalophylla
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4. Lithops ruschiorum.
Lithops ruschiorum

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5. Monilaria obconica or bunny succulents. Aren’t they adorable?Monilaria obconica
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6. Crassula umbella or “wine cup.”
Crassula umbella

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7. Stapelia gigantea.
Stapelia gigantea

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8. Lithops or “living stone.” While the name describes their rock-like appearance, these look a little bit like brains or candy!
lithops

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9. In fact, “living stone” would better describe this Lapidaria margaretae!Lapidaria margaretae
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10. Conophytum calculus, though we prefer to call it an alien apple.

Conophytum calculus
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11. Conophytum pageae, the spitting image of kissing lips!Conophytum pageae
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12. Crested Senecio vitalis — or a mermaid’s tail.Crested Senecio vitalis
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13. Crested Myrtillocactus geometrizans, which look like a billowing cloud of smoke.
Crested Myrtillocactus geometrizans
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14. Greenovia dodrantalis, the succulent that decided to be a rose instead.Greenovia dodrantalis
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15. Trachyandra tortilis, which could definitely pass as several crazy straws.Trachyandra tortilis
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16. Euphorbia globosa, which looks like it’s waving!Euphorbia globosa
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17. Haworthia truncata or “horse’s teeth.”
Haworthia truncata

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18. Ceropegia bosseri. As one Reddit user aptly said, “It looks like someone planted the tail vertebrae of a cat.”
Ceropegia bosseri

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19. Albuca concordiana. Could its curls be any cuter?Albuca concordiana
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20. Gasteria glomerata has nothing to do with flamingos, but it sure looks like them!
Gasteria glomerata
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