In this post, I mentioned that I would post a picture of my other hanging plant that is also a succulent. This one holds water in it's root system (keep in mind here that I'm not a botanist or horticulturist). I believe it's a Bowiea volubilis or "Sea Onion." Apparently, it's poisonous (I just found this out while trying to find out if it was labeled correctly). I've had this plant as a hanging plant in my home, but I've seen pictures of it growing on structures, and I think I'll transplant it after the foliage dies off in the fall and grow it up out of little hands' reach. Which reminds me, this plant dies off in the fall and you don't water it until spring; it grows super fast and you have to water it pretty regularly during the growing season (I have three sprouts growing on mine, and I was going to have three more, but I didn't get to watering it in time and they died off). Here's a look at this interesting plant:
I wonder if this plant was the inspiration for Algue? What do you think?:
By the way, I LOVE Algue!