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Cool Succulent, it seem like some type of Crassula but not sure, Anybody? I think Crassula is a good guess?

☼ ❤ add to wish list: Kalanchoe luciae

Who knew that stess (less water.more heat turn succulents red, K luciae (c) need for my garden

Cereus sp. spiralis | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Chantal Wagner Kornin

The Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro has more than plant species.The cactus garden displays many beautiful and rare species.This cactus Cereus genre has mutated that grows in spiral.

Cactus Cake - Buttercream cake from Colette Peters book

Amazing cactus cake - Spines made of royal icing piped into lines and allowed to dry, then broken and stuck in cake. This cake used a round cake pan.

succulent wreath  #succulents

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Starfish succulents

Update: Starfish succulent is apparently incorrect. This plant is called Gentiana urnula. And its gorgeous and interesting! Update: Starfish succulent is apparently incorrect. This plant is called Gentiana urnula.

#Gardening with Nails. Be sure to wear gloves when possible. Also keeping your #nails trimmed and not very long will help. After you are done wash your hands and scrub under the nail with a soft nail brush and be sure to apply a #moisturizer to your hands and nails. Happy gardening!

Love the color combo Lovely succulents.there are hens and chicks growing in the little rock wall around our new front yard. Want to add more little pretty succulents.

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Oxalis palmifrons hails from the deserts of South Africa. This oxalis looks like a giant green snowflake.

#Eulychnia castanea spiralis https://www.facebook.com/pages/Céline-RIGAL/1395066590742487?ref=hl

Eulychnia castanea spiralis-looks just like twisted candy suckers.sans the spikes of course.

Larryleachia cactiformis | by Leo_González

This photo of a blooming Trichocaulon cactiforme was shared from Vida Suculenta by Sheila and it's incredible! Rare plant from all arround the world!

Euphorbia horrida by The Ruth Bancroft Garden, via Flickr  The Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek, CA is well worth a visit. The plants are amazing. Ruth Bancroft Cactus & Succulent Garden. -- www.ruthbancroftgarden.org

Euphorbia horrida - Like a similar succulent, Euphorbia obesa, it is sensitive to overwatering, but not as touchy as others.

Oooh! Gotta love the "coral reef" of the garden world :) SO AMAZING

The succulents have such beautiful and delicate colors ranging from blue to purple to green. love all these shades of colors