Crassula 'Buddha's Tower'
Crassula perfoliata var. minor.
Hanging out on the louvers...
Something from the cucumber family:
I didn't know these formed cones, like conifers!
A different Cheiridopsis
A whole lotta Lithops
A whole lotta Conophytums
A whole lotta Haworthias:
Spines golden glowing...
And no, that's not a cat:
Pachycormus discolor for all you fat-plant lovers...
And one very beautiful wee bitty Agave, Agave polyanthiflora. Cute!
Fantastic! I'm going to be looking for Crassula 'Buddha's Tower' and some of these others. Some really nice photos here too. :)ReplyDelete
That Crassula is really cool. Thanks!Delete
this post rocked me...incredible interesting plnats and stunning photos thanksReplyDelete
Happy you enjoyed them, thanks!Delete
Fabulous! I almost got a little sea-sick paging down over some of those super close ups!ReplyDelete
Imagine what it was like in person.Delete
Great photos as always. For me there is nothing better than visiting somewhere where the plants are all looking so healthy and well maintained.ReplyDelete
The Dudleya and the Crassulas were in particular absolutely immaculate. If only I could do so well!Delete
Another wonderful post on our amazing plant world, Hoov. Thanks for sharing the strange, the beautiful, the simple, and the hairy!ReplyDelete
Thanks for having a look! :)Delete
An amazing array of plant shapes, colours and flowers, all very beautiful. Buddha's Tower has such a geometric shape, very nice. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete