Formerly know as Haworthia tessellata. This broad, triangular greenish to purple brown leaves are crisscrossed with transparent markings and small white teeth along the margins. Leaf coloring can vary depending on the amount of light the plant in set in. Small white tubular flowers appear in the summer on tall raceme's. Readily produces under ground stems which form new plants. Fairly an easy plant to care for and mostly problem free.
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Gorgeous purply blue-green plant with reddish-orange teeth. Fairly compact plant that grows to about 5" to 6" in a pot. If planted outside in the ground it can grow up to 12". Pretty easy to grow and problem free. A beautiful Kelly Griffin aloe.
Gasteria brachphylla var. bayeri
A very cute, small succulent. It has stiff, dark green leaves that are slightly textured with tiny spots of lighter green through out the leaf. This relatively quick grower offsets freely to form a cluster. Orangish-red flowers form on tall stalks in late spring-summer.
A charming, small, slow growing gasteria species that grows to about 4" inches tall. It has fat, stiff gray-green recurved slightly rough leaves. This plant readily offsets to form a round cluster up to about 8 inches - 12 inches. Flowers in the spring on a tall stalk sporting multiple dainty orangish-red flowers that are bulbous at the base and greenish brown at tips.
Aloe hybrid lavender
An upright medium growing aloe, this plant forms clusters of rich dark green pointed leaves. Then textured leaves have raised bumps and dashes of lighter green and red with decorative almost reddish 'saw' teeth adorning the edges. Makes a beautiful show piece in your collection or by itself.
This hybrid aloe from the Larry Weisel's "Fish Series" has green leaves with pink teeth. Grow in a loose rosette shape. A clumping variety which produces offsets around the base of the main plant. The more sun/bright light it gets the more red color it will have. An easy to grow plant with attractive color.
Euphorbia mammillaris f. variegata
Easily recognized for its stem, which is subtle cream to frosty greenish-white with a splash of darker green. When temperatures are cold, stems become brushed with pink coloring on the tips. The stem grows upright with many club-like, lateral branches. A very easy grower with nice eye appeal coloring.
An intriguing bright green euphorbia to add to your collection. A crazy looking succulent that mounds up to form a pile of bumpy, lime green stem segments. Susannae stays relatively compact reaching about 4" tall and 10" wide. Easy to grow, makes a great potted plant. When Euphorbias are damage they usually leak a whitish sap, known as latex. Latex can cause skin irritations if left on your skin.
A Kelly Griffin hybrid, this striking aloe's leaves are shades of green with raised orangish ridges. Orange colored teeth line the edges of the leaves. Grows in full sun to light shade. The brighter the light the more intense the plants color is. Growing 6" - 12" tall, sunrise clusters to make a beautiful showy plant.
This Haworthia forms tight small rosettes with light green leaves that are translucent at the tips. The rosettes offset rapidly to form a low spreading matt. Haworthias like partial shade, but if grown in sun the soft, semi transparent leaves turn slightly orange. Very easy to grow, this makes a great indoor plant!
Aloe pink blush
It is one of the larger Kelly Griffin miniature hybrid. This distinctive aloe, offsets readily and has colorful textured leaves with raised pink edges and orange flowers. It can grow up to one foot tall and wide. The brighter the light this aloe is grown in, the more vibrant the color it will have.
Aloe Christmas Carol
A beautiful star shaped hybrid developed by Kelly Griffin. It has dark green leaves and red markings. A very distinctive looking aloe, the colors are more vivid when grown in more light. This slow growing aloe can grow up to about 1 foot tall and wide producing an abundance of offsets that will fill its pot over time.
Senecio rowleyanus String of Pearls
A popular houseplant which is in the daisy family has very slender, trailing stems with round pea like green leaves. This relatively fast growing plant makes it a good choice for hanging baskets so that the trailing stems can hang down to produce a bead curtain. Tiny white flowers appear near the stem tips in autumn