Crassula arborescens (Silver Dollar Jade)

Crassula Arborescens

Welcome to the world of Crassula arborescens, also known as Silver Dollar Jade. This beautiful succulent is treasured for its distinctive round, blue-green leaves with reddish edges, which resemble silver dollars. In this comprehensive guide, I’ll cover everything you need to know about caring for and propagating Crassula arborescens, ensuring your succulent plant thrives for … Read more

Crassula Tom Thumb

Crassula Tom Thumb

Crassula Tom Thumb, also known as Propeller Plant, is a unique and eye-catching succulent that adds a touch of whimsy to your houseplant collection. This dwarf cultivar of Crassula perforata is characterized by its propeller-like leaves that grow in a stacked, spiral pattern. In this comprehensive guide, I’ll share everything you need to know about … Read more

Graptoveria Opalina

Graptoveria Opalina

Graptoveria Opalina has pale blue-green leaves with pink edges that form a compact rosette. This Graptoveris succulent is a cross between Graptopetalum paraguayense and Echeveria colorata. The leaves have a waxy texture and a slightly translucent appearance, which gives them a delicate and ethereal quality. Grow and Care Guide Graptoveria Opalina is often grown for … Read more

Portulacaria Afra (Elephant Bush)

Portulacaria afra

The Portulacaira Afra, commonly called the Elephant Bush, is native to South Africa. It is also sometimes called porkbush, spekboom, or “mini jade” for its similarity to the jade plant. It is a popular succulent plant in gardens all over the world.  The Portulacaira Afra is a low-maintenance succulent that enjoys bright light and warm … Read more

Graptoveria: How to Grow and Care for Graptoveria Succulents


Graptoveria is an intriguing succulent that many hobbyists consider their favorite. With its bright color rosettes, it’s an excellent choice for your collection.Graptoveris succulents feature olive-green leaves with small “star” tips in a wide variety of color choices. From peach-pink or oranges and yellows to blue-green, a Graptoveria succulent is relatively easy to maintain indoor … Read more