Tacitus bellus
Tacitus bellus
Tacitus bellus (or Graptopetalum bellum) is becoming very widespread in cultivation. A few years ago it was considered a succulent gem, but in recent times garden centres have "discovered" it and have flooded the houseplant market with it. Its success is deserved, it is easy to grow, has compact rosettes of leaves and obliges each year with plenty of its striking flowers.

Photograph by : John Ellis

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