Dorstenia foetida, or Shield Flower. They are a small caudex-forming succulent that is native to Ethiopia and Arabia. They form small round green/grey flowers, in a shape of a shield. When the seeds ripened, they will burst out from the flowers much like mini cannon balls. This usually happens at night, and I did wondered who was throwing sand into the balcony at night. They like a bright environment, and enjoy abit more water than regular succulents. I call them Mr Clumsy as they tend to lean towards the light a lot. Rotating the plant regularly will help groom Mr Clumsy proper Euphorbias enjoy a dry, bright indoor environment, away from direct sunlight. Water once a week with the provided water tool. In collaboration Height: 15cm Width : 10cm
Ceramic Works - Big Clumsy
A delicate Japanese miniature money tree nestled in a rustic locally-crafted ceramic pot. Each piece is unique and different.
Money tree plants are often regarded as a luck-attracting plant, hence they are often gifted or collected to bring about good luck.
Height: 15cm or 6 inches
Width: 8cm or 3 inches
Plant Care: Bonsais require a shady, bright environment to thrive. An occasional soaking of the morning sun (once a week) will be beneficial. Mist twice weekly. Water every other day, about 1-2 tablespoonful of water around the plant. Mist more often in drier environments (air-conditioned rooms).