Blood Spots

Today, I am sharing one of my favorite Agave plants, Agave x Manfreda. The plants is remarkable because of dark red spots on its delicate leaves. The plant makes a compact rosette (usually 12″ in height and 12″ to 20″ in width). The grey-green leaves have red margins and are usually fragile. It is suitable for […]

Quisqualis Indica – The Rangoon Creeper

I was raised in a big house with plants, vines and trees in abundance. Naturally, I have a lot of childhood memories associated with these plants… and there are some special memories that I still cherish like a big Rangoon Creeper vine loaded with large tufts of white, pink and bright red flowers. It was […]

Magical Air Plants

Air Plants – if you are a traditional gardener, growing plants in the air without soil and containers might be a completely new idea for you but it would definitely be a great experience. Air Plants refer to more than 500 species of Tillandsia that belong to Bromeliad family. These epiphytic plants are native to […]

Virtual Tour of My Succulent Garden – Part III

Now some solo photographs of Agave plants in my succulent garden. In the following pictures, you can see mature plants of Agave Victoria Reginae, Potatorum, Lophantha, Bracteosa, Macroacantha, Agave x Mangave Bloodspots and Lophantha.

Virtual Tour of My Succulent Garden – Part I

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. […]

Ariocarpus – The Living Rocks in my Garden

Though I am not a fan of grafted plants but I could not resist to the beauty of these grafted specimens of Ariocarpus. I have purchased and added three new Ariocarpus plants (also known as Living Rocks) to my collection: Ariocarpus fissuratus Ariocarpus fissuratus (Buy seeds online) is one of my favorites of all species of […]