Simply Succulents

Indoor or Outdoor plant Variety: Floral (Succulent Garden) Arrangements.

Easy to care for yet breathtaking, this Mini Oasis is the definition of low maintenance.

Succulent Gardens will make a natural statement of beauty and sophistication in any home or office! Use these artificial flowers as focal accents on dining room tables, coffee or accent tables, vanities, and in your bathroom or kitchen.


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 Hypertufa potsHypertufa pots are suitable for many sorts of plants and are particularly good for cacti, succulents and alpine plants.

Hypertufa Pots

Cactus, the common name for a family of desert plants.
The plural is cacti or cactuses. Most species bear sharp, needlelike spines, which protect the plants from foraging desert animals. Cacti are famed for their ability to resist drought, which they owe to the fact that moisture from inside the plant evaporates very slowly through the plant’s skin.

Cacti grow in hundreds of different shapes. The fibrous, juicy stems may be globular, cylindrical, branched, trailing and vinelike, ribbed, grooved, or knob-bearing. Only two species have true leaves. The rest of the 2,000 species are leafless.

In A Hypertufa Pot


People view an orchid as some sort of exotic, and difficult to grow plant, when they really aren’t. Orchids have traditionally been grown by specialty growers, producing flowers for the florist trade or plants for the “collector”.

Colors range includes white, pinks, lavender and yellow in both solid colors and mixes of stripes and spots. Many new a bold color pattern are beginning to show up also. Phalaenopsis flowers offer both exotic form and superb longevity. Individual blooms can last as long as 3 months. Flowers open sequentially at 2-5 day intervals along an arching spike.

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