Love Plant

Anacampseros Rufescens


  • Slow growing
  • Spreads out in clumping mats.
  • The tops of its leaves are dark green, while the underside is a deep purple color.
  • Grows fine, fuzzy white filaments from its center that help it survive droughts by trapping water vapor from the air
  • Full to partial sun
  • Water every 2-3 weeks, when soil is dry
  • Propagate by stem cuttings
  • Also called Sand Rose
  • Can be toxic


My first love plant, December 2022.
Love Plant succulent

Kalanchoe Fang

Kalanchoe Beharensis


  • A tall, fuzzy succulent with velvety silver leaves, with the undersides covered in small tubercles, or “fangs”.
  • Dormant in the summer months
  • Water every week when soil is dry
  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Propagate from leaf or stem cuttings
  • Also called Stalactite Plant, Felt Plant, Velvet Leaf Kalanchoe
  • Can be toxic


My dad 3d-printed this neat planter for me as a Christmas gift! The pipe drains into the bottom.
Kalanchoe Fang succulent in a 3d printed Super Mario planter

Fuzzy Crassula

Crassula Mesembryanthemoides


  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Can be various tones of color depending on the lighting
  • Well drained soil
  • Use “soak and dry” method of watering
  • Propagates by cuttings of leaves or stems, or offsets or seeds
  • Generally non-toxic


Fuzzy Crassula, 2-inch pot, December 2022
Fuzzy Crassula succulent

Crinkle Leaf Plant

Adromischus Cristatus (Haw.) Lem., Adromischus cristatus var. cristatus, Cotyledon cristata


  • Also called Key Lime Pie
  • Chunky, wavy edged, fuzzy, blue-green leaves
  • Up to 18in tall, 24in wide
  • Full sun to partial shade, full exposure up to 6 hrs
  • Water every 1-2 weeks, when the soil is totally dry
  • Propagated from leaves
  • Temps down to 32 F
  • Not toxic


Crinkle Leaf, 2-inch pot, December 2022
Crinkle Leaf succulent

Concrete Leaf

Titanopsis calcarea


  • Water the plant regularly, but be sure not to overwater it. It is vital to allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings.
  • Place the plant in an area with indirect sunlight. Too much direct sunlight can cause the leaves to fade or burn.
  • Fertilize with a balanced fertilizer every few months to give it the nutrients it needs to grow.
  • Pruning the plant regularly to remove any dead or damaged leaves will help the plant’s health and make it look nicer.
  • Keep the plant in well-draining soil to prevent it from becoming waterlogged.
  • If the plant becomes infested with pests, use an appropriate insecticide to treat the problem.
  • Repot the plant into a larger pot if it outgrows its current container.


Concrete leaf and tiny flower, January 2023
Concrete Leaf plant succulent

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