Surreal Landscape

This is another plant I photographed whilst visiting Heale Gardens, Wiltshire, UK. I’ve had to admit defeat and post without being able to name it. My guess is it’s a succulent of some kind. I don’t have any specific books on succulents and cacti, and my internet searches have drawn a blank. It looks like a sedum ‘jelly bean’ but that plant is smooth and shiny, whereas this one is textured.

It was situated on the same wall as the Ivy-leaved Toadflax and looked so interesting. It’s very small – probably around 5cm or 6cm high – but perfectly formed!

6 thoughts on “Surreal Landscape

    1. Thank you Sandy. I’ve realised I know very little about these kinds of plants, but they could be pretty useful in the garden as we seem to be getting less rain generally.


    1. Thanks very much Sheila. Yes – next time I visit I must ask if they have details of the plants. I really don’t like being unable to identify what I’ve photographed.


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