Look at the amazing orange flower on this aloe. I don't know the name of it however, any idea?
Planted around it I have Gasterias. I'm not convinced I will keep them in this old copper planter. They are an unusual shape, and I think might look better in a different planter.
The pot on the right contains what I think are some Haworthias. They have amazingly long flower stalks!
Not sure about the wee succulent one in the small pot. Some kind of Echeveria? It's quite a 'fleshy' type of rosette succulent.
In the photo above, the pot at the back has more Haworthias. Not sure about the curly one in front. Can you help identify it?
The pot on the left has an Echeveria glauca. The terracotta pot in front has more Haworthias, Gasterias, Echeverias (on the left) - not sure what variety - and a small jade plant cutting.
The blue pot on the right doesn't have succulents in it, those are Japanese lillies coming up (self-seeded) around a Dracaena marginata. Once the lillies have flowered I'll be taking them out of the pot to free up space for the Dracaena!
I really have no idea what this one is though. Has a fantastic flower spike! Does anyone know?
|Unknown succulent with amazing flower spike!|