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“Dad is daughter’s first love and son’s first hero”. It is not an easy task to be a good father, coping with all the pressure from work, life and being a role model to their children at the same time. With all the hard work and dedication, Fathers deserves all the love just as Mothers.
With Father’s Day coming up, now might be the perfect time to think of a meaningful and useful gifts for your father. And succulents come to mind as these represent all the characteristics of a father: strong, endurant & reliable. You could find our recommendation of succulents for Father’s Day here.
This cute guy is definitely one of our favorites. Its green round body covered with interlacing white thorn give an impression as a “thimble”. They can be easily propagated and bloom tiny yellow flowers in the winter.
Domino cactus, aka Echinopsis cactus is best known for its cute appearance and lovely fragrance. In the summer, you can expect to see all the white, funnel-shaped flower blooming at night.
Don’t be fooled by the name, this guy looks tougher than you expected. Native to Mexico, a full-grown angel wing cactus can reach 2-3 feet tall if cultivated outdoors. This is a very popular indoor plant thanks to its easy-peasy care requirement.
The chubby appearance makes quite a name for this succulent. It has thick fleshy gray-green leaves that form compact square rosettes stacked on top of each other like a tower. A layer of fine hairs give it a chalky fuzzy look.
Crassula Springtime is a slow-growing succulent with thick green foliage. It can reach 6 inches tall and is perfect either as a ground cover or in hanging basket. From winter to early spring, this succulents product pink, scented flowers that will attract birds, bees and butterflies.
The name says it all. This succulent is named after its fierce appearance with pointed triangle leaves densely shaped like origami. Crassula Red Pagoda turn redder giving a lot of sun.
Window Haworthia is a succulent with pale green leaves are fleshy, bulbous, and tender with dark stripes running across the length of each leaf. Despite its lovely looks, this guy is a warrior with high resistance to drought.
Chunky but spiky, that is definitely the first impression of Aloe Brevifolia Short. Its chubby leaves are densely covered with white thorn that give this succulent an interesting look. Tough on the outside but soft on the inside!
Gasteria Flow Spiky aloe is a hybrid between Gasteria and Aloe. This guy has quite a mysterious yet fancy look with thick, stiff, dark green and triangular leaves that are adorned with little white spots. Combined with its low maintenance, Gasteria Flow Spiky aloe is on the top list of customer favorite houseplant.
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