10ft.shrub, easy to prune. Brilliant red bloom sprays.
Medium shrub with broad thick green leaves, dormant in winter
Large irregular caudex, stems to 24″; broad leaves, small red blooms
Round-leafed Mesemb. White-pink flowers. Forms long draping woody branches with succulent leaves. Mist the leaves occasionally through the growing season. Grows in very rocky soils.
K. thyrsiflora “Fantastic”
Large hybrid multi-colored paddle leaves
Shrubby kalanchoe with severely scalloped leaves
Large deep-green leaves, large bloom sprays multiple times per year
Plantlets form by the dozens on the leaf edges and fall and root easily. Orange flowers.
Shrubby to 8″, tubular leaves w/marginal plantlets
Small, very branchy shrub with fuzzy leaves; pink flowers
Shrubby stems to 18″, scalloped leaves, protect from frost
Large spotted leaves. In shadier conditions, can grow to 2ft. tall.
Thick vertical stems to 3ft.; round blue-green leaves
Small variegated rosettes.
Shrubby stems to 18″, rounded leaves, protect from frost
Serrated leaf edges, large pink pendant flowers.
Shrubby to 6ft tall, unbranched stems with large pinnate leaves.
Small shrub to 8″; red-trimmed green flowers; not frost hardy
Serrated leaves with purple edges. Produces plantlets on arcing runners. White flowers.
Dense leafy stems; large leaves green in shade, red in sun
Small bulb with spotted oval leaves and aloe-like flowers. Large bloom sprays with dozens of stunning turquoise flowers as it matures. Winter grower, dormant in summer. Protect from freezes.
Small Mesemb with pairs of articulated grey leaves. Will form 6″ clusters. Fall blooms open during the day, are followed by new leaf pairs in winter. Easy to grow and get to multiply after 2 to 3 years, however take care not to overwater. Misting is best with a little direct water in September-October. Grows well in amongst small rocks.
Terrestrial orchid, small white flowers, dark striped leaves. Shade-tolerant
Terrestrial orchid with small white flowers, sparkling variegated leaves, shade-tolerant
Low/shrubby hardy mesemb w/yellow flowers
Small multi-stemmed globose with variable flowers, some bristles
Pronounced green tubercles. Usually solitary, to 6″d.
M. undulata “Chocolate Chip”
Narrow, wavy-edged leaves with strong chocolate-colored spotting. 2 to 3 feet.
M. undulata “Mint Chocolate Chip”
Long narrow undulating pale green leaves speckled with deep brown spots on both sides. Dark red-brown flowers bourn on 6ft tall flower stocks. Blooms yearly when mature. Deer resistant. 2 to 3 feet.
Large perennial bulb with broad green leaves and Winter grower, dormant in summer. Protect from freezes. Large pale flowers in the center of the paired leaves with prominent erect stamens. In habitat these are pollinated by gerbils.