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Succulents – Color Crazy Challenge

Here are two of my succulents for Kim’s color crazy challenge.  This crassula lycopodioides (even though the name is quite a mouthful) the plant is a stunning, it always looks lush green, the lighter leaves show up in the growing season. making the plant look even more attractive.

The second one below is the Kleinia petraea commonly known as Creeping jade, trailing jade or weeping jade is an beautiful plant to be be used in hanging pots. This plant also remains lush green though the year.

Both these plants do very  well in partial shade. Direct sun tends to leave the leaves a bit yellowish and sometimes too much direct sun may burn the leaves.

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    Green plants and trees are a balm to the eyes, right?

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    Green plants and trees are a balm to the eyes, right?

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    Do you know which color it will be next?

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    • We totally understand Dawn. As with the rainbow the colors do blend from one to the other correct? This is why the greens blend in with the blues and the Indigo with the blue…
      I liked both of them, the one on top looks like it could be growing under the ocean. I love succulents, they do really well here in this sub arid climate.

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