Succulent plants are by far one of the most unusual and interesting plants on the planet. They certainly look like prehistoric fossils. I'm especially intrigued by their adaptation to the environment. They water-saving traits from remaining plump even in high temperature areas, their impervious outer cuticle, and the shape of most succulents create a humid micro-habitat around the plant, which reduces air movement near the surface of the plant, and thereby reduces water loss and creates shade. What? Unbelievably amazing! So I decided to use these wonderful little morsels as part of my ominous botanical collection. These devilish fellows are shot glass size and very easy to care for if you dare.
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