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I found this perfect little succulent “flower” lying on the brick sidewalk
attached to one jade plant leaf.
It had grown with no soil and merely one tiny red root twining up to catch any spare moisture in the air
This gives you a little better idea of the scale.
Nearly Xmas and is a must-see Cee’s Poinsettia
Back when I lived in a place where flowers didn’t bloom year round, I always felt that my succulents were a flower of sorts. This jade plant blooms like a flower rising above the falling foliage of its pot companion.
This is the fullest and most beautiful sedum I’ve ever seen. I found it in the garden of the Alexander Graham Bell museum in Nova Scotia.
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Hen Minus Chick
The Latin name of Hen and Chicks is Sempervivum, which means “live forever” because they are so easy to grow and propagate so easily. One of my favorite succulents.