I am posting quite a few pics in this post! First, here are 2 mystery succulents that I have. I know I have posted them before, but I keep hoping someone will recognize one and tell me what it is!!! In the first one, what is is this thin, curly guy in front, and in the second pic....this is a ???????? A big mystery for me and others as well. You could be deemed a real genius if you can come up with it!!! LOL!
Here are my new shelves in the screenroom, which house all of the plants that can't really take full sun. I bought two shelves that you put together, and they are supposed to be 4 shelves high, but I wanted to stop at 3 shelves high, so after I built two, I had two shelves left over for a 3rd shorter shelf. Whew...did that make sense??? LOL. Anyway, I think they turned out pretty well, and I can see them all with ease, and rotate them as needed also.
Here are 3 of the ones that had to be moved out of the tires. Actually the Nelii here feels fine (firm), and has not gotten mushy, but I wanted to get it out of the rain sooner rather than later...oh...it just started raining again just now!!!
This pretty Mexican Love Plant was losing it's bright pink color (areas are turning white), so wanted to get her out of full sun.
My Flippin Flapjacks was affected the most, with loss of all of it's larger, beautiful leaves. I had to trim this guy up a bit, and bring him in. I think it was definately the rain that got the best of him...but I expect him to do fine now!
Here are two of my pretty plants...(at least to me). The first is just a grafted moon cactus...but I love the color...and the second is my huernia! I think this is my number 1 weirdo plant!
And last...here are my cleaned up and re-done succulent tires. Things had to be removed, and moved around, trimmed, and weeded. Most of the colored rocks had to be washed and replaced. I am happy with them again now that I spent the time needed to get them spruced up!
This Stapeliad Gigantea was taking over this one tire, so I moved out 3 other smaller plants that shared with it, and just left all of the space for it. It spreads like a wild man, and I like it just looking so happy in here amidst the bright blue stones!
I didn't have to worry about what to put in the side holes of this pot...the Mother of Thousands is dropping it's leaflets right into the pockets and should soon be full of new plantlets!
And my pretty little Portulaca in the carport! She's so sweet!
That ends the tour of all of my succulents, for now. Stay tuned for any future additions!