In this plant section, we group together those plants which are adapted to arid or drought conditions. Normally, the majority of these species, grown in dry conditions, are waxy, succulent, hairy, sticky, needle-like and even, smaller than the rest.
In Drought Resistant Plants you can find any species with these features: Pithecellobium dulce, Ruta graveolens, Syzygium cordatum, Tamarindus indica and so on.
NEW! Hard to find traditional variety of fig from the Canary Islands
The "King of the Glotts" is said to be the largest of all the species in the genus Glottiphyllum. Leaves can get quite red when somehow stressed, It is easy to grow, and just as the rest of the genus Glottiphyllum it is chiefly winter-growing but it does not have a true resting season.
Rooted rosette. This graptopetalum with jade-green leaves is so compact that it resembles a Sempervivum. It is native to Chihuahua , in Mexico and flowers in Winter. It branches very slowly and will eventually fill the pot and form a solid mat.
This is an unusual and elegant terrestrial bromeliad with spineless silvery leaves. Leaves are soft and velvety to touch. Established plants will bloom with huge "sprays" of pink flowers. Hechtia tillandsioides is native to Mexico (States of Hidalgo and Mexico). It takes frost and feels at home in Mediterranean climates !
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