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We remove some of the soil when we ship. Succulents are unlike other plants in that there are usually
no issues with a plants out of soil or kept dry for a week or more. When you receive your plants, put them
into a pot with moist soil. As a general rule, plant in a pot twice as big as the root ball.

Regards watering: give
the roots opportunity to start reaching down for water.
Please check to see if your plants should be watered at the time of year you purchase.
Some don't get water in winter and some no water in summer.
How often you water depends on how quickly your soil dries out. Most important, don't overwater.

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Whether your plant has flowers depends on whether it is flowering at that time.
A pot may be one large plant or more than one plant. Plants grow at a different pace and different sizes
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Othonnas and Pelargoniums

Pelargoniums & Othonna are winter growers.
In San Diego mature plants can be grown outdoors and experience rain.
Sometimes during hot summer periods, I move them into shade.
Pelargoniums are a member of the Geraniaceae family.

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Othonna arbuscula 6" pot $30

Othonna arbuscula are from southern Africa. Arbuscula are a deciduous, perennial, shrub, with a rounded crown, growing between 0.5–1 m high. They divide into 2- or 3-branched, fleshy stems, in a beige, thin layer of bark. Their Leaves are green/grey, oblanceolate, sometimes coarsely toothed and are up to 15 mm long.
Othonna arbuscula occurs on rocky slopes with clay soil, in the Richtersveld, Namaqualand klipkoppe, Knersvlakte, and also southwards into the Western Cape and the Robertson Karoo area. Winter grower

 

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Othonna hybrid 6" pot $30

 

Othonna euphorbioides

Othonna euphorbioides a member of the Asteraceae family was given this name by John Hutchinson in 1917. It is found in western South Africa, growing in grit or other well drained soil with little to some water and lots of sun. The stem can grow up to approximately 5" in diameter, and reach 12" in height. The flower are bright yellow. They are winter growers. This is a very old and mature plant. Your plant will be a single stem with branches on top. click photo for more information and photo of mature plant.

Othonna euphorbioides hybrid

Othonna euphorbioides a member of the Asteraceae family was given this name by John Hutchinson in 1917. It is found in western South Africa, growing in grit or other well drained soil with little to some water and lots of sun. The stem can grow up to approximately 5" in diameter, and reach 12" in height. The flower are bright yellow. They are winter growers. This is a very old and mature plant. Your plant will be a single stem with branches on top. As you can see the hybrid has thicker leaves. click photo for more information and photo of mature plant.

Othonna herrei
3" pot $15

doesnt have leaves yet, soon

 

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Othonna 'Lobatus' hybrid
6" pot $24

 

Othonna triplinervia
Sizes

Othonna triplinervia is a member of the Asteraceae family. It was described by Augustin Pyramus de Candolle. It is found in Southern Africa, growing in grit, with little to some water and lots of sun. The caudex will get four centimetres or more in diameter, the plant to 40 or more centimetres. The flowers are yellow. This is a winter grower. Othonna triplinervia is a shrub with thick, fleshy stems and large, three veined leaves, most of which are clustered at the ends of the branches. It is often found growing on cliffs or in dry stony soil, varying in size from 40 cm to 2 m in height.

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Othonna 'Vince hybrid'
3 1/2" pot $10

 

Pelargonium alternans
6" pot $15

Pelargonium alternans is a member of the Geraniaceae family. Johann Christoph Wendland described it first. It comes from the southern part of South Africa. Grows with some water and un. it can grow to over 3'. They can be propagated by cuttings and seeds. Pelargonium ferulaceum are winter-growers.

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Pelargonium appendiculatum
6" pot $12

Pelargonium appendiculatum is a member of the Geraniaceae family. It is from South Africa. It was given this name by Carl Ludwig von Willdenow in 1800. It is found in a small area near Leipoldtville in South Africa, growing in wintertime with little water and lots of sun. The thickened root can grow to twelve centimetres in diameter, the plant reach up to 25 centimetres. The flowers are from almost white to pale yellow with reddish markings. Full sun

  Pelargonium barklyi
2" pot $15

Pelargonium barklyi comes from the western part of the south coast of South Africa. If grown well with well draining soil, water and sun, it can grow to 12" high and the caudex to about 2". The flowers are white, sometimes with pink stripes.

Pelargonium campestre
4" pot $12

Pelargonium campestre is in the Geraniaceae family. It was given this name by Ernst Gottlieb von Steudel in 1841. It is found in South Africa, around Port Elizabeth, growing in a well drained soil with some water and some to lots of sun. It is a small plant, not more than ten centimetres and the almost hidden caudex can grow to two and a half centimetre in diameter. The flowers are white with tiny dark purple stripes.

Pelargonium carnosum
5" pot $20
nice caudexes

This member of the Geraniaceae family was given this name by Charles Louis L'Heacute;ritier de Brutelle in 1789. It comes from the southern part of Africa, lives in well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. It will raise up to 4'. The flowers are white, and the plant can be reproduced both by cuttings and seeds. This is a winter-grower.

Pelargonium carnosum new form
Sizes

Pelargonium carnosum new form is a member of the Geraniaceae family. The Original form was from the southern part of Africa. They live in well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. The plant can be reproduced both by cuttings and seeds. This is a winter-grower.

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Pelargonium cotyledonis
Sizes

Pelargonium cotyledonis is part of the Geraniaceae family. It is native to the southern part of Africa. It lives in well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. It grows to about 4' tall. The flowers are white. They can be propagated by cuttings and seeds. Pelargonium cotyledonis is a winter-grower. The photo is an extremely mature plant. The plants we are selling are not as large yet.

Pelargonium ferulaceum
3 1/2" pot $8

Pelargonium ferulaceum is part of the Geraniaceae family. Charles Louis L'Héritier de Brutelle gave it its name in 1789. It is native to the southern part of Africa. It lives in well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. It grows to about 4' tall. The flowers are white. They can be propagated by cuttings and seeds. Pelargonium ferulaceum are winter-growers.

Pelargonium klinghardtense
Unavailable at this time

Pelargonium klinghardtense is in the Geraniaceae family. It was described by Reinhard Gustav Paul Knuth in 1922. They are from south western Namibia down to northern west South Africa, growing n grit or other well drained soil with little water and lots of sun. The stem can grow to three and a half centimetre in diameter, the whole plant up to 40 centimetres. The flowers are white. This is a winter grower.

Pelargonium mirabilis
2" pot $15

Pelargonium mirabilis is a member of the Geraniaceae family.. It was given this name by Moritz Kurt Dinter in 1926. It is found in the western South Africa, growing in grit or sand with little water and lots of sun. The stems will grow up to about 1 1/2" in diameter and the whole plant can raise to about 11" tall. The flowers are pale and dark pink. This is a winter grower.

Pelargonium paniculatum
3" pot $15

Pelargonium paniculatum is a member of the Geraniaceae family. It was described by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin. They are found in western south Namibia and northern west South Africa. They grow in grit and other well drained soil with little water and lots of sun. The stem can grow to about 5" in diameter and 28" tall. The flowers are brownish-pink. This is a winter-grower. Paniculatum have very thick succulent stems. Their leaves are pinnately compound. their leaves are green and white creating a nice contrast. Thier flowers are cream with dark reddish mauve markings.

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Pelargonium violifolium
2" pot $12
photo is a more mature plant

Pelargonium violifolium is in the Geraniaceae family. It grows in winter.

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Pelargonium xerophytum
4" pot $8

Pelargonium xeropjytum is in the Geraniaceae family. It was given its name by Friedrich Richard Rudolf Schlechter in 1912. Origin is central Namibia to northern west South Africa, They grow in lots of sun with gritty soil. The stem only grow to about 1/2 in diameter, but the plant can reach a high of 12-24". It's a winter-grower.

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