You can spot a snake plant without a second thought, and a Pothos plant is pretty easy to identify, too. But what about the nerve plants, the succulent dolphins, and the hearts of hoya? Nature is truly incredible. In that, you’ll find some beautiful plants out there, and most of them make excellent houseplants, too.
These beauties may look like tiny melons, but they are really actually a small cucumber-watermelon hybrid plant cultivated in Mexico and Central America. They have a citrusy flavor that tastes delicious in salads and other summer mixtures.
True to form, the tiny plants on this strenuous succulent look almost exactly like moving dolphins. It’s almost too good to be true. If you want to buy online, the technical name for this variety is Senecio peregrinus and you can purchase it on amazon.
Anyone who enjoys the red signature lip is going to love this light red succulent. While others are red all over, others are green with bright red edges, but Echeveria agavoides is sure to leave a pop of color to any enclosed patio.
This keepsake of Italian broccoli is just too beautiful to consume. The nutritious variety has been there since the 16th century, but it stays an uncommon choice, allowing it even more pleasant to develop and eat.