Explore Walnut Creek, Machine A and more!

Explore related topics

Graptoveria ‘Bella’ has been continuously flowering for months! The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Graptoveria ‘Bella’ has been continuously flowering for months! The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Echinopsis thelogona is a creeping cactus from Argentina. With stems which can get to be meters long, it can be an awkward plant to accommodate in a garden. But of course you forgive it when it makes these huge flowers in summer! The Ruth Bancroft Garden/Walnut Creek, CA

Echinopsis thelogona is a creeping cactus from Argentina. With stems which can get to be meters long, it can be an awkward plant to accommodate in a garden. But of course you forgive it when it makes these huge flowers in summer! The Ruth Bancroft Garden/Walnut Creek, CA

Most varieties of Pachyphytum have cartoonishly chubby leaves which look like partially inflated balloons, and they often have huge fleshy pale sepals which almost cover up the red or pink of the petals. This one is Pachyphytum fittkaui. The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Most varieties of Pachyphytum have cartoonishly chubby leaves which look like partially inflated balloons, and they often have huge fleshy pale sepals which almost cover up the red or pink of the petals. This one is Pachyphytum fittkaui. The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

A dreamy chicken coop & a magical garden… » simply rosie photography

A dreamy chicken coop & a magical garden… » simply rosie photography

Pachyphytum compactum comes from the states of Hidalgo and Queretaro in east-central Mexico. Like other species of Pachyphytum, it has an inflorescence which nods at the tip, with the buds facing downward, the open flowers angling outward, and the spent flowers held erectly. The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Pachyphytum compactum comes from the states of Hidalgo and Queretaro in east-central Mexico. Like other species of Pachyphytum, it has an inflorescence which nods at the tip, with the buds facing downward, the open flowers angling outward, and the spent flowers held erectly. The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Glottiphyllum nelii - plump leaves and happy yellow flowers. The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Glottiphyllum nelii - plump leaves and happy yellow flowers. The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Aloe laranosii has wonderfully hairy flowers, though the degree of hairiness varies from plant to plant, and some individuals may have none at all. The hairs may be white, as with the plant pictured, or more of a golden-brownish color. The Ruth Bancroft Garden/ Walnut Creek, CA

Aloe laranosii has wonderfully hairy flowers, though the degree of hairiness varies from plant to plant, and some individuals may have none at all. The hairs may be white, as with the plant pictured, or more of a golden-brownish color. The Ruth Bancroft Garden/ Walnut Creek, CA

Ruth Bancroft Garden Tumblr: Photo  The Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek, CA is well worth a visit. The plants are amazing. #Cactus #Succulent -- www.ruthbancroftgarden.org

Ruth Bancroft Garden Tumblr: Photo The Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek, CA is well worth a visit. The plants are amazing. #Cactus #Succulent -- www.ruthbancroftgarden.org

Cleistocactus samaipatanus can put on a dazzling show when it bursts into flower. It has multiple flushes of flowers from April all the way through the fall. The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Cleistocactus samaipatanus can put on a dazzling show when it bursts into flower. It has multiple flushes of flowers from April all the way through the fall. The Ruth Bancroft Garden / Walnut Creek, CA

Aeonium sedifolium with chubby leaves making a lovely flower display. The Ruth Bancroft Garden/Walnut Creek, CA

Aeonium sedifolium with chubby leaves making a lovely flower display. The Ruth Bancroft Garden/Walnut Creek, CA

Pinterest
Search