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Maureen Gilmer

(Cotyledon, Plakkie)

Grown for its handsome succulent foliage and its drought tolerance, this hybrid Cotyledon bears thick, blue-green, spoon-shaped leaves on fleshy stems. The paired leaves have maroon, wedge-shaped tips. The densely branched plants reach approximately knee height.

This succulent does best in well-drained soil and bright light, with protection from scorching midday sun. It prefers cool dry winters. Use it outdoors in mild climates, or as a conservatory or house plant in colder climes. It...

Image of Crassula capitella photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

A variable evergreen succulent found over a wide area of southeastern Africa, this low-growing perennial produces rosettes of fleshy, oval to lance-shaped, green or gray-green leaves that often have red spots, margins, or suffusion. Sparsely branched stems crowded with four-ranked leaves emerge from the rosettes in spring or early summer. The stems may be upright or prostrate, and the leaves hairy or smooth. Spike-like clusters of small white pink-tinged flowers appear at the stem tips in summer...

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John Rickard

A showy-leaved cultivar of a an evergreen succulent from southeastern Africa, this low-growing perennial produces rosettes of fleshy, narrowly oval, bright green leaves that turn orange and scarlet in hot dry weather. Lax, sparsely branched stems emerge from the rosettes in spring or early summer, bearing four-ranked leaves that decrease in size toward the stem tips. These leaves also turn brilliant colors as they mature. Spike-like clusters of small white pink-tinged flowers appear on short stalks...

Image of Crassula ovata photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Jade Plant)

Almost everyone knows the ever-popular jade plant. This South African succulent is a rubbery-stemmed evergreen shrub with fleshy bright green leaves that look outstanding year round. In late-winter or spring it produces a wealth of tiny, starry white or pinkish flowers borne in small clusters. It is best known as a popular house plant, which can reach substantial proportions over the years, but also makes an outstanding landscape specimen in arid regions where winters are very mild.

Jade plant...

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James H. Schutte

(Jade Plant)

The starry pink flowers of 'Pink Beauty' usually peak in early to mid winter. The fragrant blooms are unusually profuse giving plants a frothy pink look. Its fleshy green leaves become red-edged when weather becomes chilly or excessively hot and dry.

Almost everyone knows the ever-popular jade plant. This South African succulent is a rubbery-stemmed evergreen shrub with fleshy bright green leaves that look outstanding year round. In late-winter or spring it produces a wealth of tiny, starry white...

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James H. Schutte

(Jade Plant)

The starry pink flowers of 'Pink Puff' usually peak in late fall to early winter. The fragrant blooms are profuse giving plants a frothy pink look. Its fleshy green leaves become red-edged when weather becomes chilly or excessively hot and dry.

Almost everyone knows the ever-popular jade plant. This South African succulent is a rubbery-stemmed evergreen shrub with fleshy bright green leaves that look outstanding year round. In late-winter or spring it produces a wealth of tiny, starry white or...

Image of Crassula perfoliata photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Crassula)

This tender succulent subshrub is beloved for its striking foliage and form. It is a robust native of eastern South Africa, where summers are moist and winters dry. Fleshy, upright, knee-high to waist-high stems are furnished with long, lance-shaped, silver-gray leaves that resemble oversized snow pea pods. The leaves stand at right angles to the stem, clasping it at their bases. Forms of the species known variously as falcata or minor have leaves that are twisted propeller-fashion....

Image of Crassula perfoliata var. minor photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

This tender succulent subshrub is beloved for its striking foliage and form. It is a robust native of eastern South Africa, where summers are moist and winters dry. Fleshy, upright, knee-high to waist-high stems are furnished with long, sickle-shaped, silver-gray leaves that resemble oversized snow pea pods. The leaves stand at right angles to the stem, clasping it at their bases, and are twisted propeller-fashion. One of the showiest crassulas in bloom, this plant bears large flat or slightly domed...

Image of Crinum asiaticum photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Asian Crinum Lily, Giant Crinum, Poisonbulb)

The Asian crinum lily is a large, free-blooming, fragrant, bulbous perennial for warm climates or containers. Native to tropical Southeast Asia, it grows and increases vigorously in suitable conditions, and blooms continuously. In marginal regions, frost may kill the leaves but the plant recovers and new leaves grow with the return of mild temperatures. Over time the bulb grows larger and the broad strap-shaped leaves emerge in a trunk-like mass that separates into individual flaring, arching, glossy...

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James Burghardt

(Asian Crinum Lily, Variegated Crinum Lily)

The variegated Asian crinum lily is a large, free-blooming, fragrant, bulbous perennial for warm climates or containers. While the white flowers are pretty, it's the striped white and green foliage that attracts attention! Native to tropical Southeast Asia, 'Variegatum' grows and increases moderately in suitable conditions and blooms much less frequently than the typical green-leaf form. In marginal regions, frost kills the leaves but the plant slowly recovers and new leaves grow with the return...