1. Mountain Rose

Mountain Rose is mainly distributed in regions such as the Canary Islands and Tenerife. The name change only refers to the general term for plants of the Mountain Rose genus. The characteristic of this plant is that it unfolds during growth and closes during dormancy. Different species have different plant differences, but overall they look very beautiful and have a certain ornamental value.

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2. Frosty Morn

The leaves of Frosty Morn are spoon-shaped and easily rubbed off with white powder. This plant is a hybrid variety from the United States, cultivated in 1970. with low success rates for stem and leaf cuttings. The plant is plump and attractive, highly preferring warmth and drought tolerance over cold, with strong adaptability.

3. Moonflower

Moonflower belongs to the plant kingdom and has more than twenty-five leaves, combining to form a shape similar to an ancient lotus seat. The main rhizomes are not obvious, usually blooming as solitary plants. This plant likes sunlight, is highly drought-tolerant, and is most suitable for growth in spring and autumn. Its flowers are small and yellow.

4. Panda Plant

The Panda Plant is mainly distributed in South Africa, belonging to the Crassulaceae family, flowering from July to September. It prefers warm and dry conditions but will go into dormancy automatically when temperatures are too high. Overall, it looks delicate and adorable, with high ornamental value. Because the tips of its leaves have red claw-like teeth, it is also known as the Bear Paw and other names.

5. Kalanchoe tomentosa

Kalanchoe tomentosa is a plant of the Crassulaceae genus, native to Madagascar in Africa. It prefers warm, dry conditions and ample sunlight. It is also a preferred plant for home decoration and combination bonsai. The edges of its leaves have brown spots, and its overall branch and leaf arrangement is very compact.

6. Red Grape Plant

Red Grape Plant is a newly introduced herbaceous hybrid succulent with densely packed leaves, each very translucent, resembling miniature grapes. It has strong vitality, surviving through many propagation methods, even capable of outdoor maintenance in favorable weather conditions.

7. Blue Glow

Blue Glow is a plant of the Apocynaceae family, mainly distributed in South Africa. If grown in excessively high temperatures, it will enter dormancy mode, resuming growth once the environment normalizes and watered appropriately. It generally propagates through seeding and division, with strong adaptability and not requiring high sunlight.

8. Pachyphytum oviferum

Pachyphytum oviferum is a very easy-to-care-for plant found globally. Its leaves are translucent, beautiful like jade. It is suitable for decoration in places like desks. It is highly drought-resistant and should be kept away from direct sunlight in summer, making it an easy-to-care-for potted plant.

9. String of Pearls

String of Pearls is mainly distributed in sunny tropical regions, but it does not tolerate high temperatures and is only suitable for growth in warm and cool environments. The plant's appearance is very bright, with unique roots, and overall structure is very beautiful. It can be grown outdoors in normal conditions and transplanted indoors for winter.

10. Adromischus cristatus

Adromischus cristatus is a succulent plant of the Crassulaceae family, also known as Crinkle-Leaf Plant. Its plant is compact, with round leaves resembling eggs, and colors like ripe peaches. When caring for this plant, it's best not to give too much water to avoid root rot.