Houseplants

Houseplants breathe life and style into a room, increase the feeling of well-being and help to purify the air. We have grown indoor plants since we started our Nursery in 1999 so if you are looking for a great range of interesting, unusual or maybe just good old-fashioned houseplants then you're in the right place!

We only show you the plants we hope to have for sale in 2024, if not available now they will progressively become so through the spring.

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Crassula capitella 'Campfire'
£6.50
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A vigourous plant forming mounds of neatly arranged leaves which take on a vivid red colouration in summer. Lovely in a shallow pot or planted under Aeoniums. South Africa.

Crassula multicava
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Fairy Crassula, Pitted Crassula

A plant from shady cliff faces in subtropical South Africa, forming a sprawling mats of fleshy green leaves with red undersurfaces. Makes an unusual plant for a partly shady windowsill indoors. Possibly hardy in sheltered gardens, away from hot midday sun.

Crassula ovata
Crassula ovata
£6.50
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Jade Tree, Money Plant

(C. portulacea.) Popular succulent with rounded green leaves with a red edge. After a cool rest in winter, plants may produce masses of small white flowers.

Crassula ovata 'Hummel's Sunset'
Crassula ovata 'Hummel's Sunset'
£6.50
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A stunning succulent and a good alternative to the usual Jade Tree, with fat leaves tinged with red & yellow and white flowers in winter.A really easy to grow succulent just don't over water!

Crassula ovata 'Minima'
Crassula ovata 'Minima'
£6.50
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Jade Tree, Money Plant

A dwarf version of this popular succulent with smaller rounded green leaves and only growing to around 45cm tall. Easy to grow, thrives on neglect!

Crassula perfoliata v. heterotricha
Crassula perfoliata v. heterotricha
£6.50
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Name uncertain but bought as this. A vigourous growing succulent with densely packed leaves on long stems. These tend to flop, making it ideal for a wide shallow bowl, or for bedding out in the summer.

Crassula species
Crassula species
£6.50
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Yet to be identified, this vigourous spreading succulent sports tight clusters of red-edged green leaves. Great for a shallow bowl, or even planted out in a sunny border for the summer

Crassula tetragona
Crassula tetragona
£6.50
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Miniature Pine Tree

A well branched succulent with lots of small narrow leaves giving the plant the appearance of a Pine tree in miniature.

Cyanotis somaliensis
Cyanotis somaliensis
£6.50
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Furry Kittens, Pussy Ears

A neat, creeping little houseplant with small slightly hairy leaves. Small, fluffy blue flowers in winter spring. Ideal for a windowsill which is not too sunny. Can also be grown in a hanging basket where it will trail

Cyperus albostriatus
Cyperus albostriatus
£6.50
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Dwarf Umbrella Plant

A low-growing relative of the Papyrus, this makes good groundcover for the edges of a pond in mild gardens.

Drimiopsis maculata
Drimiopsis maculata
£6.50
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Little White Soldiers, African False Hosta

A curious little bulbous plant with fleshy, spotted, hosta-like leaves and spikles of small white flowers in April to May.

Drosanthemum floribundum
Drosanthemum floribundum
£6.50
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A low-growing spreading/ trailing succulent with small grey leaves, smothered in vivid pink flowers in late spring to early summer. For a mild, sunny garden, ideally on a rockery or bank in full sun & very well drained soil. Otherwise a sunny greenhouse.

Echeveria  'Violet Queen'
Echeveria 'Violet Queen'
£7.50
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Tidy rosettes of blue leaves with a pinky violet tinge. Makes effective ground cover either in a summer bedding scheme, or in a conservatory.

Echeveria elegans
£6.50
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Echeveria hookeri
Echeveria hookeri
£6.50
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Name uncertain. Syn. Pachyphytum hookeri

Slowly spreading rosettes of thick blue-grey leaves with delicate white markings, making an attractive plant in a shallow bowl.

Echeveria lilacina
Echeveria lilacina
£6.50
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Ghost Echeveria

A beautiful succulent, slowly forming a rosette up to 10" across The leaves are a pale silvery grey and arranged in neatly symmetrical rosettes. Pink flowers appear on arching stems in spring

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