Ι am not happy with my dudleya. Which was supposed to be the pearl of my collection, the only California native I have. It seems two hours of afternoon sun don't do any good :/
This is her, now (Yes, it's a girl):
And this is her glorious self last year, when I bought her:
It seems the bottom leaves are rotting, and generally, the leaves are getting thinner..
I just had a film developped from my quick trip to Paris in June. I had the chance to drool over extremely cute (and small) balconies. The most common plants you see on balconies are geraniums and ivy. Parisians love their flowers. Their flower shops are so stylish.
This balcony drew my attention. One must really like sedum palmeri to hang it on bags on the wall!
These are some succulents I found in a succulent boutique. Why don't WE have succulent boutiques?
Don't you love sedums? There are so many species (400!), manifesting in different shapes and colours. Some species are very cold resistant, but don't like heat, while other are tropical and don't take any frost. I am anxious to see if they will survive summer heat in Athens.. I wish I had a garden or even a roof to use them as ground cover...Anyway, this is my sweet little collection:P