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Agave Victoria Reginae "White Rhino"  This one goes by a few names but the commonly accepted one these days is "White Rhino". Growing relatively smaller compared to its namesake White Rhino is a slow-growing agave with rosettes 25-30cm tall and up to 40cm wide with tight-fitting tapered deep green leaves whose smooth and spineless leaf margins are edged with broad white bands and tipped with a small terminal spine. Unlike its larger relative this one needs a little more protection from the…

Agave Victoria Reginae "White Rhino" This one goes by a few names but the commonly accepted one these days is "White Rhino". Growing relatively smaller compared to its namesake White Rhino is a slow-growing agave with rosettes 25-30cm tall and up to 40cm wide with tight-fitting tapered deep green leaves whose smooth and spineless leaf margins are edged with broad white bands and tipped with a small terminal spine. Unlike its larger relative this one needs a little more protection from the…

Endemic to a very small area around Riversdale in the Western Cape Province in South Africa Retusa can be found on nearly every hill or place where original vegetation still exists. Like other Haworthia it usually grows under bushes or amongst stones. Sometimes above ground sometimes well withdrawn in soil with only the top of the leaves visible on the surface. While they usually grow in both dark and light green forms this unique specimen is of the variegated variety which just makes it…

Endemic to a very small area around Riversdale in the Western Cape Province in South Africa Retusa can be found on nearly every hill or place where original vegetation still exists. Like other Haworthia it usually grows under bushes or amongst stones. Sometimes above ground sometimes well withdrawn in soil with only the top of the leaves visible on the surface. While they usually grow in both dark and light green forms this unique specimen is of the variegated variety which just makes it…

Keeping fresh by the pool.  Thanks to @basearchitecture for sharing your beautiful house with us! #stonehawkehouse  www.manplants.com.au

Keeping fresh by the pool. Thanks to @basearchitecture for sharing your beautiful house with us! #stonehawkehouse www.manplants.com.au

Native to Nevada and California Utahensis Nevadensis can be found in mountainous areas and canyons east of the Mojave Desert at altitudes of 1200-1900m. Slow growing small (by Agave standards) symmetrical rosettes are covered with strongly outward pointing blue-green leaves which have heavily toothed white leaf margins and a long stout distinctive papery-white terminal spine. Quite easy to grow being able to take full sun and they prefer very well drained soil and will eventually grow up to…

Native to Nevada and California Utahensis Nevadensis can be found in mountainous areas and canyons east of the Mojave Desert at altitudes of 1200-1900m. Slow growing small (by Agave standards) symmetrical rosettes are covered with strongly outward pointing blue-green leaves which have heavily toothed white leaf margins and a long stout distinctive papery-white terminal spine. Quite easy to grow being able to take full sun and they prefer very well drained soil and will eventually grow up to…

Opuntia Papyracantha  A member of the Opuntia family Papyracantha has quite a few other scientific names. but the common one is paper spine cactus. It gets the nickname from those broad conspicuous flattened spines which are not spines at all but thin ribbon like processes which fold over at the slightest push. These flattened spines vary greatly as to their colour markings and length which is partly the cause of so many names for the species. One thing you have to watch our for with Opuntia…

Opuntia Papyracantha A member of the Opuntia family Papyracantha has quite a few other scientific names. but the common one is paper spine cactus. It gets the nickname from those broad conspicuous flattened spines which are not spines at all but thin ribbon like processes which fold over at the slightest push. These flattened spines vary greatly as to their colour markings and length which is partly the cause of so many names for the species. One thing you have to watch our for with Opuntia…

Fique a conhecer as nossas dicas de jardinagem em: www.asenhoradomonte.com

Fique a conhecer as nossas dicas de jardinagem em: www.asenhoradomonte.com

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Cool Succulents!

A hybrid of Echeveria Affinis of unknown origin Black Knight forms a rosette up to 10-15cm in diameter of lanceolate narrow  pointed leaves that are brownish-black in colour and green at the centre of the rosettee. It's easily distinguishable from its near cousin Black Prince  by it's narrower longer and more upright leaves compared to Black Prince which is a flatter plant with short triangular leaves . In our experience it doesn't seem to handle humidity quite well either losing leaves…

A hybrid of Echeveria Affinis of unknown origin Black Knight forms a rosette up to 10-15cm in diameter of lanceolate narrow pointed leaves that are brownish-black in colour and green at the centre of the rosettee. It's easily distinguishable from its near cousin Black Prince by it's narrower longer and more upright leaves compared to Black Prince which is a flatter plant with short triangular leaves . In our experience it doesn't seem to handle humidity quite well either losing leaves…

Kalanchoe Humilis  Low growing shrubby fella that likes to be nestled in rocks and crevices. It's covered in nice patterns of maroon spots and needs very little water to survive. www.manplants.com.au

Kalanchoe Humilis Low growing shrubby fella that likes to be nestled in rocks and crevices. It's covered in nice patterns of maroon spots and needs very little water to survive. www.manplants.com.au

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