"Butterfly" Kalanchoe......photo by Mark W. Patterson
Stapelia hirsuta A low growing, spineless, succulent, mostly from South Africa.Most Stapelia flowers are hairy and have the odour of rotten flesh; Only exception is the sweetly-scented Stapelia flavopurpurea.
Haworthia 'Spider White'
Euphorbia polygona Snowflake
Orostachys spinosa - Google'da Ara
♡Kalanchoe baby plantlets. As cute as these are, they tend to fall off, and into adjacent pots, and can become sort of weedy, if you don't want them, or they fall down into spiny hard to weed plant.
Kalanchoe gastonis-bonnieri Genus: Kalanchoe (kal-un-KOH-ee) (Info) Species: gastonis-bonnieri (gas-TON bon-nee-ER-ee) Sun Exposure: Full Sun Sun to Partial Shade Light Shade Danger: All parts of plant are poisonous if ingested Bloom Color: Coral/Apricot Orange Bloom Time: Late Fall/Early Winter Read more: http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/54444/#ixzz36zmBzUwT
RARE Succulent Kalanchoe lot pink butterfly/chandelier/Mexican hat 8 plantlets
Kalanchoe "Pink Butterflies"
Scabiosa anthemifolia Just THE BEST dry garden habitat plant, this tough but beautiful perennial Scabiosa thrills the butterflies and bees with a looong season (Spring thru Fall!) of fluffy, lavender blooms perfect for cutting! Deer resistant! Also called pincushion flower.