Succulents from Seeds: Follow-up

Many thanks to Julie, who blogs on for recommending another on-line source for succulent seeds, Cactus & Succulent Society of America’s seed depot:

As she noted to me, there are no photos of the plants themselves, and you will need to know the scientific names of the plants you want, not just the popular names, since the site lists only the scientific names. For example, if you’re looking for a Coral Aloe plant, look up its scientific name, Aloe striata, and you will find it on the CSSA website above. Check it out!


One Response

  1. Oh, I hope this will be something you can use! I have thought of ordering some, but I am afraid I might fail…how sad is that? I should just push ahead with it! I always let my fears stop me, and it’s always something little and stupid…I mean, what’s the worst that could happen in this case, right??? LOL.

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