Here you will find all those species of desert plants that are not included in their own category. We will place here all plants from unusual families, other than Agaves, Aloes, Crassulaceae, Sansevieria, Mesembs, Epiphytic cacti, etc.
This is a nice wild form of the popular semi-succulent gesneriad named Sinningia speciosa. It has almost-white flowers with dark throat and some mauve on the tube, Leaves are also nice with the typical velvety touch and pale veins contrasting with the much darker leaf blade.
This species creeps on sand fields in the harshest desert conditions, where no other plants are seen in miles. Tillandsia purpurea is found by the border between Chile and Peru. Its purple-purpureous inflorescences are a show. This xeric bromeliad is also sought after by collectors of succulent plants.
This aroid from semi-dry areas is named so because of the similarity with some cycads in the genus Zamia. It is native to E - SE Africa, that resists to many different conditions. Its showy glossy leaves are produced from a stout underground, succulent rhizome. It is very easy to grow, and the unusual flowers are a nice addition.It is normally evergreen,...
Black leaved cultivar of the now-popular Zamioculcas: an unusual cycad-looking aroid from South Africa. The green type of this species was considered rare until the 1990's when it was mass-propagated to be grown as a houseplant.
At the moment there are few products in this category Other succulents