Albuca Spiralis also known as the “Frizzle Sizzle" plant. Albuca has thick, tightly curled leaves on short stems that arise from an underground bulb. Fragrant yellow flowers appear in spring on flower spikes that are adorned with10-20 blooms per spike.
Aloe Aristata Cosmo is a lovely variety of Aloe with rich green, fleshy, speckled leaves growing in a dense rosette. Full of healing and air purifying properties, Aloe aristata Cosmo always looks right at home on a shelf or small table.
Aloe juvenna “Tiger Tooth Aloe” is a beautiful Aloe with white spots. The spiked leaves stack and form a rosette. When “happily stressed,” green leaves turn reddish-brown. Tiger Tooth Aloe grows best in full sun or partial shade in warm, dry regions. However, most people grow it in containers as a houseplant on a windowsill.
The Aloe paradisicum is a beautiful trendy indoor plant for your home. It is a durable plant and it can cope with bright and sunny locations. This plant can tolerate longer periods without water because it stores water in its long thick fleshy leaves. This plant is originally from Namibia.
This frost-hardy Aloe has leaves that mimic a Haworthia. Unlike some Aloes, this one is particularly fast growing. The dark green leaves have white bumps on them, are wide at the bottom and taper into a sharper point at the top. It has pink flowers that attract bees and hummingbirds.
If you’re looking to add an easy-to-care-for plant to your indoor or outdoor garden, you might want to consider Coral Cactus or Euphorbia Lactea. Featuring an erect stem with several branches with greenish outer edges and a whitish center with sharp thorn-like protrusions that are black in color, the Euphorbia Lactea offers an eye-catching appearance that would add drama to any indoor pot.
Durable, easy-to-grow succulent.
Water regularly but allow to fully dry between soakings.