Monthly Archives: November 2017

Big Blue Succulent Leaves

That’s an Echeveria “Blue Dude” right there! It’s an older style hybrid, so you know it’s back in fashion now. Hurry before it cycles back out.

Succulent Wreaths

Succulent Wreaths, now at your local friendly Cactus Jungle, Berkeley

Tiny Flowers

Those are some very small, tiny, Crassula perforata flowers. So small that in person they just look like dead flowers. But no, up close they are alive. ALIVE!

Road Kill Cactus

Consolea rubescens is the flat cactus known as the Road Kill Cactus … Because it’s flat! 😍 👏 🐝 🦋

Interesting Framing

Aloe ferox at the Cactus Jungle on a sunny day. It’s all good. Common Name: Cape Aloe Single large toothy rosette on tall stalk, outdoor up to 8ft. Hardy to 20-25F Full Sun to Part Sun

Black Rose

Aeonium “Schwartzkopf” is a classic, selling well at the nursery every year, forever. It is beautiful, it is tall and lanky, it is a large rosette this time of year as winter moves in. Nice!

Saturday Morning Succulents

What’s the best succulent for a Saturday morning? Some might say a Euphorbia anoplia is appropriate for a Saturday morning.

Small Succulent

Crassula “Chiquito” Common Name: Dwarf Red Carpet Origin: South Africa Description: C. radicans “Chiquito” Spreading groundcover to 6″ high, small ½” paired leaves turn red in sun; tiny yellow flowers

Cardon

Pachycereus pringlei Common Name: Cardón Origin: Baja California Description: Tall and spiny to 40ft. with 2ft. trunk, slow growing. Edible fruit, medicinal stems. Temperature: Hardy to 25F

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