Selenicereus anthonyanus The Selenicereus anthonyanus was introduced to Europe successfully only in the '50s, but in recent times it has been very successful and is becoming much more common in nurseries and even in supermarkets. It is highly appreciated for its relative ease of cultivation and for its beautiful flowers; however the aspect that distinguishes it is the very particular shape of the stems (zigzag or herringbone) that make it ornamental even in winter.
Category Fat plants
Question: my fig tree collapsed good morning, in two words: fig tree in pot in the summer outside "beautiful" withdrawn into the house near a French window rivota in the west slowly "collapsed" regular watering every 15 days . how can i go about giving it back some life? RARE FAT VINE PLANTS Echinopsis Adult specimen with flowering Green pot Production Viggiano Cactus Price
Why don't some succulents have thorns? Almost all succulents without thorns come from South America and Asia. These are species in which the leaves have the task of performing chlorophyll photosynthesis, while plants with thorns (that is, those that have turned leaves into thorns over the centuries) entrust this task to the trunk.
Question: does my spurge lose its leaves as I have to treat my euphorbia mili which is at home and is losing its leaves even if it has new shoots? Thank you Mix: 100 pieces of cactus spurge milii seeds new rare flowering plants for home garden very easy to grow home bonsai Price
Treating succulent plants Widespread in all continents, many botanists are passionate about their characteristics and above all the ingenuity of the methods that these green creatures have developed over the centuries to survive. Their correct name would be "succulent plants" because their essential common characteristic is to be swollen and therefore rich in "juice".
Question: what mold is there on my seedlings? some cactaceous succulent plants create a white mold for almost the whole plant and then die as I can to eliminate that muffin that I suppose is a mushroom thanks paolo Cifo Oleosan Plus anti-cochineal insecticide 500 ml Price
Question: strange spots Hi, my cacti are turning orange. I state that since September I have not wetted them and spent the winter at 5/6 degrees, what is the disease and how could I intervene to avoid losing them? thanks Portable Steam Cleaner, MLMLANT Multi-Purpose Portable Steam Cleaners with 11 Accessories to Remove Stains, Carpet, Curtains, Car Seats, Kitchen, Bedbugs (Type A) Price
Question: Adromischus cooperii is dying My succulent plant is about 5 months old, it doesn't grow a bit and loses leaves! That's why I give him more water than usual! But nothing I put in the sun, I do not know has not yet taken effect, I do not know what to do! You can help me? Thanks Flortis Plantcube - Aloe Vera Price
Question: Parasites Hi everyone, I have a succulent plant whose name I don't know, which makes pretty little yellow flowers. They gave it to me and I discovered after a few days black parasites (they look like coffee powder) on the edge of the flowers and on the stems. Now they are replicating out of proportion and the flowers are withering.
Question: Is my plant dying? Good evening I have this succulent plant for a year, they gave it to me in May for my wedding anniversary was in a much smaller vase in September it was decanted in this larger vase because the trunk began to turn yellow all through the winter in the kitchen and has been watered very little but for about a month the leaves are starting to collapse what can I do?
Question: fat succulents hi, is it true that when transplanting a succulent plant into another pot it is good to cut all the roots and place them in the new pot without too much compressing? if yes, in what month? Assorted real fat plants set N. 20 in vase cm. 5.5 all succulent (without thorns). Price
Question: Cure OPUNTIA Hi, I have an opuntia plant (for the photos see link below) that grows a lot in height, despite being planted in a rather small vase, with the risk of breaking due to the increasing weight of the upper part, compared to the drums. Do you have any idea why you don't "widen" but go higher and higher?
Question: sick succulents? hi to all, I realized that some of my plants are suffering, they have the leaves and the holes in the stem.I tried to give them the pesticide and repot after a thorough cleaning but I have not seen results ... someone can tell me for what courtesy do they have?
Question: hello succulents, I would like to know if there are succulent plants (like cactus or agave) that resist planted in the winter garden in my areas (Parma) -10 ° in winter and +40 in summer. best regards and thanks Assorted real fat plants set N. 20 in vase cm. 5.5 all succulent (without thorns).
Question: Baobab to be transplanted Hello, I have 2 baobabs in pots on the balcony and I would like to transplant them to the ground. There are 2 specimens of Adansonia Madagascarensis obtained by burying 5 seeds from Madagascar about 6 years ago. Currently the trees sleep about 2.5 meters high (I live in Bari 500 meters from the sea).
Question: Collapsed succulents Hello everyone, I have many succulent plants, and at every change of seasons (spring and autumn) I always risk losing them all! The plants are out on the terrace and are in the sun with eastern exposure. I have watered them a few times and fertilized only once so far, and a beautiful plant has died of rot ... The other plants do not present rot, but their growth seems blocked, and the plants appear flattened, a crassula cannot even touch it who immediately loses leaves ... What should I do?
Question: my catcus, now twenty years old, on succulent plants, give me beautiful flowers of a soft pink color and intense aroma all summer long. Unfortunately, on the outside they are covered with brown spots that over time have dried up ruining the plants from an aesthetic point of view. How can I remedy or stop the disease?