Today, turned out to be a beautiful day without a rain cloud in site. We swung by the the UC Davis Botanical Conservatory semi-annual plant sale. They had a wide variety of ornamental plants. The majority of them were either too large for our space or too expensive. Despite the variety nothing really caught my eye until I reached the last table. The last table had unique indoor plants and succulents for under five dollars. I bought this Aeonium Simsii hybrid which is a succulent from the Canary Islands. I bought it for the pretty rosette leaves but apparently it grows pretty yellow flowers in the summer.
I also could not resist this compact little indoor plant called a Fittonia Verschaffeltii. It’s a native from Peru.