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Aloe barberae in bloom.  #SerraGardens_aloe_barbarae #aloe_barberae #succulentfarm #succulents_redflowers

Aloe barberae in bloom. #SerraGardens_aloe_barbarae #aloe_barberae #succulentfarm #succulents_redflowers

Aloe acutissima is a rare aloe species from Madagascar with lilac foliage and bright red flowers in winter. 1 gallon size is $6.50 and are available by mail order. For more info and to view all of our unusual and hard-to-find succulents visit https://shop.cacti.com/

Aloe acutissima is a rare aloe species from Madagascar with lilac foliage and bright red flowers in winter. 1 gallon size is $6.50 and are available by mail order. For more info and to view all of our unusual and hard-to-find succulents visit https://shop.cacti.com/

Agave at Serra Gardens Landscape Succulents in Fallbrook.

Agave at Serra Gardens Landscape Succulents in Fallbrook.

Tylecodon paniculatus

Tylecodon paniculatus

Tylecodon paniculatus grows to tall, and thrives without special care. In summer, it drops leaves to conserve water but produces its orange-red flowers.

Aloe barbarae (formerly known as Aloe bainesii). An Aloe tree makes an outstanding focal plant for a drought tolerant landscape, and their exotic red-pink flowers are right at home in tropical gardens too.

Aloe barbarae (formerly known as Aloe bainesii). An Aloe tree makes an outstanding focal plant for a drought tolerant landscape, and their exotic red-pink flowers are right at home in tropical gardens too.

An unusual succulent: Tylecodon paniculatus dinterii. During the hot dry summer months Tylecodons conserve energy and water by dropping their leaves and photosynthesizing with their greenish stems. This caudiciform-like tree blossoms during summer when it is mostly leafless putting the flowers and later the yellow-green stems on full display.  https://shop.cacti.com/landscape-succulents/tylecodon-paniculatus-variety-dinterii/

Here's an unusual succulent worth taking a look at --Tylecodon paniculatus dinterii. During the hot dry summer months Tylecodons conserve energy and.

Blooming Cactus @ Serra Gardens Landscape Succulents in Fallbrook

Blooming Cactus @ Serra Gardens Landscape Succulents in Fallbrook

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Agave_triangularis (Triangle Agave) has a more rugged look than other agaves. It makes a dramatic statement in containers too.  https://shop.cacti.com/landscape-succulents/agave-triangularis/ #Agaves_SerraGardens

Agave_triangularis (Triangle Agave) has a more rugged look than other agaves.

Celebrate Earth Day -- plant succulents! Earth Day is a great reminder that we can all help care for the earth. What better way than to plant waterwise succulents that conserve our most precious resource. Look at this variety! https://shop.cacti.com/serra-gardens/

Earth Day on April is a great reminder that we can all help care for the earth. What better way than to plant waterwise succulents that conserve our most.

Check out this succulent ground cover that is also a California native -- Dudleya hassei. It has a beautiful common name:  Catalina Island Live-Forever.  #Dudleya_hassei #succulents_groundcover  #succulents_coastal

Dudleya hassei

Check out this succulent ground cover that is also a California native -- Dudleya hassei. It has a beautiful common name: Catalina Island Live-Forever.

Pedilanthus bracteatus, or Tall Slipper Plant, is a rather exotic looking plant which has green cylindrical stems and widely-spaced leaves that are up to 4 inches long. During the cold season the plant loses its leaves and is a mass of green stems. In spring through fall, it produces odd but pretty flowers which are sandwiched between rounded red bracts. #Pedilanthus_bracteatus

Pedilanthus bracteatus

Pedilanthus bracteatus has green cylindrical stems and widely-spaced leaves. Pale yellow-green flowers amid round red bracts appear spring through fall.

Agave Sharkskin aka 'Sharkskin Agave' - Cacti.com

Agave Sharkskin aka 'Sharkskin Agave'

Agave Sharkskin aka 'Sharkskin Agave' - Cacti.com