Sunday, 4 July 2010

Marvellous Succulents;

Easy to grow, easy to please;


Echeveria Topsy Turvy;



Sedum adolphi;

Haworthia;

Grapoveria;

Echeveria glauca;
The flowers of the Donkey ear; Kalanchoe Gastonis Bonnieri;


Aloe




Believe it or not: Looking for me, follow this sign!




Happy gardening.

Photos from my garden TS.

23 comments:

Linda said...

There is a beautiful one like the top one in my daughter's room in a nice pot. I have been enjoying seeing it very much.

as-nunes said...

Beautifull!

Have a nice week-end, dear friend!

António
Middle-West, Portugal
Sunshine, hot time

Jama said...

They are so pretty, almost look like flowers with the leaves arranged such away.

SiestaSister said...

I ♥ the top one...topsy turvy. It looks like it is really big.

I just started on succulents about 3 months ago. The heavy daily rains we have been having in southwest Florida are not good for the succulents. I've given up putting them back out in the flower beds and am leaving the pots under cover.

Glad I found your blog (posting by Rick Brown on Facebook).

Kimberly said...

Hey Titania!! I absolutely LOVE your garden!! Succulents are such a fantastic addition and so hardy. You've named several varieties that I have in my garden but didn't know the names. I like how you display them. Beautiful!!! Your patio looks oh-so-inviting, too. Nicely done!

lotusleaf said...

They are all so pretty. I liked the sign!

Helga said...

Wow,sind die toll.Da kann ich nur neidisch schauen.
Liebe Grüsse
Helga

Nicole said...

Lovely foliage forms. The Echeveria glauca looks especially lovely.

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

And easy on the eyes! Beautiful succulents!

Mandy said...

I do have a weakness for succulents! Never would I have thought to put my 'Topsy Turvy' in a hanging basket...how fun! How long did it take for your 'Donkey Ear' to bloom? This is one of my absolute favorites along with the 'Chandelier' Kalanchoe and I've yet to get them to bloom, this will be their 2nd summer with me.

Stephanie said...

I am surprised donkey's ear could give such pretty flowers! It is really really marvellous!! Well, I think it is because of your TLC he he... Love your succulent collection. I hope they will give you pretty flowers soon.

diane said...

A lovely variety of succulents. Nice shots too. hee hee love the sign I have one similar on the fridge.

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

Hi Titania! You have a very nice collection of succulents! Echeveria Topsy Turvy is something special, isn't it? I don't think I've ever seen it in a hanging basket! Great!...Ha-ha: Verification word for my comment is 'later'. Does it mean I will see Topsy Turvy in a hanging basket later?

Pietro said...

Very beautiful series, Titania!
Happy Tuesday :-)

Floridagirl said...

Wonderful succulents, Titania! Love that sign!

Pietro said...

Hello Titania! I really like the quote you wrote in the comment on my post: "Do as the sundial does count the sonny hours only".
Thanks, Happy Wednesday!

Pietro said...

Hi Titania! I really needed to know the names of the two white flowers of my second-last post! Thanks very much! :-)

Titania said...

Thank you for all the comments. Very much appreciated. T.

Janie said...

You grow a beautiful selection of succulents. I like the sign!

Babara said...

Nebst den Sukkulenten gefällt mir auch das witzige Schildchen, mit dem Hinweis, wer da alles wohnt ;-) !! Wir haben im Moment eine Hitzewelle und ich könnte eigentlich meine wenigen Sukkulententöpfchen auch nach draussen stellen, damit sie wieder einmal "ihr" Klima hätten :-) !! Aber diese Wärme macht mich irgendwie träge, die Lebensgeister erwachen vorallem nachts...Mein Garten verkommt zusehends ;-) !!
Herzliche Grüsse,
Barbara

April said...

I am very partial to succulents. You have some lovely and varied ones, with flowers, too! Just beautiful!

April said...

P.S. The sign is funny - you must be the "lovely lady". :)

Fotos de Dahan Olga said...

Beautiful Succulents ! Congratulations from Tartagal Salta in Argentina.
Hugs
Olga