Gasteraloe

Family: Asphodelaceae Habitat: Gasteraloe is a nursery hybrid, so it can't be found in nature. Cultivation tips: Avoid direct light but place the plant in a sunny position. The Gasteraloe needs [...]

Raphionacme

Family: Apocynaceae Habitat: Arabian Peninsula and Africa Cultivation: Easy: Semi-shaded positions, warm temperatures and an attention to the dormancy period of the species regarding the irrigation.

Aztekium

Family: Cactaceae Habitat: Central and northern Mexico Cultivation: They are very slow-growing and rather delicate. Do not expose them to direct sunlight, use a soil rich in inert matter and [...]

Nolina

Family: Asparagaceae Habitat: Mexico Cultivation: Exposure in shade or light sun, water sparingly in spring and summer and never in winter, warm temperatures and well-draininng soils.

Mangave

Family: Asparagaceae Habitat: It is a nursery-produced hybrid and thus doesn't exist in nature. Cultivation: Easy, as it's a very tolerant plant. A bright spot, scarce waterings and warm [...]

Cylindropuntia

Family: Cactaceae Habitat: South-central United States, Mexico, and the West Indies. Cultivation: Not so difficult. Exposure to full sun, watering unfrequent, mild temperatures and a well [...]

Orostachys

Family: Crassulaceae Habitat: Temperate areas of Asia Cultivation: Orostachys is native to temperate climates and therefore adapts well to living at our european latitudes. It prefers a very [...]

Maihueniopsis

Family: Cactaceae Habitat: Montainous areas of Chile, Argentina, Bolivia Cultivation: It requires plenty of light, deep pots filled with a well-draining, mineral substrate, and low temperatures [...]

Pachyveria

Family: Crassulaceae Habitat: Hybrid - not present in nature Cultivation: Pachyverias are easy to grow, like most Crassulaceae. Choose a bright spot to enhance the colorful tinges of its [...]

Uebelmannia

Family: Cactaceae Habitat: Brazil Cultivation: Uebelmannia are not easy to cultivate. Unlike other cactaceae, in fact, they are tropical plants and need humidity in the air, so in summer they [...]

Stapelianthus

Family: Asclepiadaceae (Apocynaceae according to some classifications) Habitat: Madagascar Cultivation: A very bright location is recommended; direct sun is also well tolerated. Always keep [...]