Blooming Succulents

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Flowering succulents and cacti

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The fleeting alabaster flowers of Trichocereus pachanoi. #cactus_flower #SerraGardens_cacti

Serra Gardens - Always A Succulent sale - Cacti.com

The fleeting alabaster flowers of Trichocereus pachanoi. #cactus_flower #SerraGardens_cacti

Aloe barbarae showing off at our nursery in December. #aloe_barbarae #SerraGardens_succulents #tree_aloe

Aloes Archives - Cacti.com

Aloe barbarae showing off at our nursery in December. #aloe_barbarae #SerraGardens_succulents #tree_aloe

Aloes in pink and orange blooms in February at our nursery. #SerraGardens_succulents #aloe_flowers

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Aloes in pink and orange blooms in February at our nursery. #SerraGardens_succulents #aloe_flowers

Opuntia quimilo flower showing off in October. #cactus_flower #SerraGardens_succulents #succulents_orangeflowers

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Opuntia quimilo flower showing off in October. #cactus_flower #SerraGardens_succulents #succulents_orangeflowers

The striking yellow blooms of Aeonium Cyclops at our nursery. #Aeonium_cyclops #SerraGardens_succulents #succulents_yellowflowers

Aeonium Cyclops Hybrids - Cacti.com

The striking yellow blooms of Aeonium Cyclops at our nursery. #Aeonium_cyclops #SerraGardens_succulents #succulents_yellowflowers

Aloes thrive in full sun, some with protection from mid-day sun; larger kinds grown in mild, frost-free areas tolerate the most sun, but in hot climates they all need protection from intense mid-day sun or they will scorch or burn - especially the smaller species which in nature grow in the shadows of rocks and other vegetation. In shade they tend to lean towards light. #aloe_flowers #SerraGardens_aloes #succulents_orangeflowers

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Tall, but ainty pedilanthus macrocarpus aka Lady Slipper. #succulents_orangeflowers #SerraGardens_pedilanthus_macrocarpus

CalPhotos: Pedilanthus macrocarpus; Ladys Slipper

Tall, but ainty pedilanthus macrocarpus aka Lady Slipper. #succulents_orangeflowers #SerraGardens_pedilanthus_macrocarpus

Cactus blooms in sunset colors. #cactus_flower #SerraGardens_cacti

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Cactus blooms in sunset colors. #cactus_flower #SerraGardens_cacti

Cotyledon orbiculata flower. #succulent_flower #SerraGardens_succulents #cotyledo_orbiculata

Cotyledon orbiculata flower. #succulent_flower #SerraGardens_succulents #cotyledo_orbiculata

Echinocactus triglochidiatus (Claret Cup/Mojave mound cactus) shows off at our nursery. #echinocactustriglochidiatus #cactusflowers #SerraGardens_succulents
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Echinocactus triglochidiatus (Claret Cup/Mojave mound cactus) shows off at our nursery. #echinocactustriglochidiatus #cactusflowers #SerraGardens_succulents

Succulents and More: The garden is giving back when I need it the most. #cactus_flower #SerraGardens_cacti

The garden is giving back when I need it the most

We take care of our gardens year in and year out. Sometimes, especially when there's a long list of chores to do, it seems like the work...

Aloe striata ada Coral Agave is a great plant for dry beds and borders. Perfect in succulent and cactus gardens and a nice contrast to low-flowing grasses. It is a fast growing aloe in Southern California. Aloe striata will develop from a small seedling to a mature 2-foot flowering plant in two years. #succulent_orangeflowers #SerraGardens_succulents #aloe_striata

Aloe striata - Cacti.com

Aloe striata ada Coral Agave is a great plant for dry beds and borders. Perfect in succulent and cactus gardens and a nice contrast to low-flowing grasses. It is a fast growing aloe in Southern California. Aloe striata will develop from a small seedling to a mature 2-foot flowering plant in two years. #succulent_orangeflowers #SerraGardens_succulents #aloe_striata

5 Strange Succulents Every Cacti Fan Should Know - Garden Collage Magazine

Like protea, succulents are one of those categories of plants whose variety of shapes, colors, and textures boggle the mind. Here are five strange succulents every plant lover should