The Cotyledon tomentosa is commonly called Bear’s Paw. It’s primarily grown for its unusual bright green leaves with reddish brown markings that look like claws. Continue reading
Though commonly called Zebra Cactus, the Haworthia fasciata is a succulent, not a cactus. Continue reading
“Thanksgiving Cactus or Christmas Cactus?” is a question I’ve been trying to answer, and I think I’ve found the answer while searching the internet and studying my garden books. Continue reading
Succulents are just amazing. There are so many varieties. Another one of my favorites is Pleiospilos, commonly known as Living-Rock. Continue reading
Last Thursday I went to Seal Beach to spend the day with my mom. We both love to read, so we visited the library which has a beautiful rose garden. I took the above photo of one of the lovely rose bushes.
This wonderful little statue was also on the library grounds. He almost looks real.
After a thorough look around the Friends of the Library second hand book store, I purchased two wonderful gardening books at a total cost of $1.50. What a bargain. Mom bought several mystery novels, also at bargain prices. It was a fun day for both of us.