With this post, I would conclude this virtual tour to my succulent garden. Today, I am exhibiting some of the succulent plants that did not fit the categories of succulent plants I exhibited earlier that included Agaves, Cacti and Haworthia. In this post, I am exhibiting Aloe, Stapelia, Euphorbia and other succulents.
Now some photographs of Howarthias in my succulent garden. Most of my Howarthia plants grow in dish gardens and grow well in both plastic and terracotta dishes. These pictures show some of my favorite Howarthia plants including Howarthia Truncata and Howarthia Limifolia.
Here is second part of virtual tour to my succulent garden. In this post, I am showing cacti in my collection. You can see Ariocarpus – the Living Rocks (including restusus, agavoides and kotschoubeyanus), Thelocactus, Coryphantha Elephantides, Neoportaria Repifera, Capiopoa Cineria, Strombocactus, Echinocereus and Melocactus.
Finally, my succulent garden is in good shape; it has undergone major redesign. Before I take you to a detailed virtual tour of my succulent garden, let me show a panoramic view of the rooftop where these succulents live.
Let’s start with a welcome note 🙂
Here is a full view of my succulent garden.
These are some of larger specimens of Agave plants in my collection. You can see Agave Stricta and Agave Stritata in large terracotta containers as well as a couple of Agave Guiengola in small containers.
Again, some older Agaves including Agave Lophantha, Agave Potatorum and Agave Victoria.
Some offshoots from my Agave plants.
This section exhibits some cacti. The most prominent in this picture are Astrophytum Myrostigma and Astrophytum Ornatum. You can also see species of Copiapoa and Notocactus.
This picture shows a smaller section dedicated to Hawothias, Aloes and other succulents.
I use both plastic and terracotta containers for them.
There is yet another section for young seedlings. You can see 1.5 year old Melocactus and Astrophytum from my own seeds.
These days my succulent garden is undergoing major changes – in fact a major re-design primarily because of a small construction project. Because of the new construction, I had to squeeze my succulent garden and give away some 475 sq.ft. of space. I am experimenting with rest of the space and trying to accommodate as many plants as I can. Here is a sneak preview of my succulent garden. I will post a detailed virtual tour of my succulent garden later. By the way, it is a roof-top succulent garden.