Succulents

Succulent succulent plants

Succulent succulent plants, the genus of Argyroderma

There are about ten species of succulent succulent plants, included in the genus called Argyroderma, belonging to the Aizoaceae family. These plants are native to southern Africa and are commonly called living stones. The specimens of Argyroderma maintain very small dimensions, are composed of two very fleshy, rounded leaves, divided by a central split. Depending on the growing environment, they can bloom in the fall or spring. Between the two leaves sprout small flowers, similar to daisies, purple or yellow in color. Resistant plants, they can be grown indoors and in the open ground, in places where the winter seasons are temperate. They require partial shade locations and well-drained soil mixed with sand and gravel. Irrigation is sporadic in the summer.

The genus called Denmoza, succulents


Native to the south-central American continent, the species called Denmoza belong to the Cactaceae family. These plants have no branches and develop on single stems with a rounded shape. The ribs are fleshy, all equipped with arched and pointed spines, which can change color with the passage of time. The flowering period can take place in spring or summer, only adult specimens produce bright red tubular flowers. They are grown as indoor plants and require a fertile, very well-drained soil consisting of sand and gravel. They love sunny, very bright exposures and irrigations are regular from spring to autumn, while they are completely suspended with the arrival of winter.

Succulent succulent plants, the Pelecyphora species


Belonging to the Cactaceae family there are two species included in the genus of succulent succulent plants of Pelecyphora. Native to Central America, they are composed of a single globular stem, devoid of branches but full of thorns, small and crested. The tubercles are flattened and gray in color, the flowering period can start from the winter season and continue until autumn. To produce the inflorescences that open at the end of the stem, it is necessary to place the specimens in bright and sunny places. They can be pink or purple, the ideal soil is fertile, mixed with portions of sand and gravel, to ensure drainage. Irrigation is regular from spring to autumn, it is advisable to check that the soil has dried out,

The genus called Glottiphyllum, succulents


Long and fleshy leaves characterize the specimens of succulent succulent plants of Glottiphyllum, a genus belonging to the Aizoaceae family and native to the southern African continent. The posture is prostrate, the foliage is oblong and fleshy in appearance. Starting from the winter season, these plants produce large and yellow inflorescences that resemble daisies. For a luxuriant development, it is advisable to use a well-drained, rich soil mixed with gravel and sand. In fact, these plants are easily subject, in case of water stagnation, to rot that attack the root system. They require very sunny exposures and in places with temperate winters they can grow outdoors, in pots or in the ground. Watering is necessary and regular, only in summer.

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