Here’s a photo of my Aloe plicatilis. I don’t think it’s going to survive.
That Aloe has already not survived. Sorry.
Sun: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Size: Shrub to 3ft.
Commonly found growing wild on California hillsides. Orange flowers appear sporadically throughout the year. Much more drought tolerant than other mimulus. Deer resistant. Hardy to 25°F.
Dense, clumping rosettes to 24″; Best in full sun.
Hardy to 15F
Full Sun to Part Sun
This plant is not actually from Big Bend NP, but is a cultivar called Big Bend. The species is actually from Mexico and is called more commonly called the Cabbage Head Agave. Interesting!
Nova Scotia calling. Hey guys, great website.
I wonder if you can identify this succulent a friend gave me. He got it in Italy and I am at a complete loss.
When he first sent a photo of it I thought it was an Aichryson or Aeonium.
When I got a piece I think maybe not, maybe an Echeveria hybrid???:
Hope you can help.
Will make a point to visit the nursery this winter.
That looks like a Sedum palmeri