Ceropegia linearis ssp. woodiiString of Hearts
A pretty trailing succulent plant with heart-shaped leaves, dark green marbled with silver. A great houseplant.
Chlorophytum 'Bonnie'Curly Spider Plant
A more compact version of the Spider Plant with curly variegated foliage. Ideal for a trailing plant in a tight spot.
Cissus striataIvy of Uruguay
A slightly tender evergreen climber with palmate leaves and red stems. Small green flowers in summer are followed by ornamental black berries. Ideal for covering a wall in a conservatory or a sheltered spot outdoors. Can also be used as a trailing houseplant if kept in a smallish pot
Hatiora salicorniodesDrunkard's Dream
An epiphytic cactus from rain forests in Brazil, where it grows in trees. It has curiously jointed knobbly trailing stems to 60 cm long. Makes a nice trailing plant for a well lit spot indoors.
Muehlenbeckia complexaMattress Vine
Rampant climber with small rounded leaves and small green flowers in summer. Can also be used as ground cover.
Oscularia deltoidesDeltoid Leaved Dew Plant
A low growing or trailing succulent from South Africa. Smothers itself in the spring with pinkish mauve daisy-like flowers in summer. Makes a very attractive plant for a hanging basket indoors
A spreading tender perennial with green leaves with deep red coloration on the underside. Makes a nice windowsill plant.
An upright then trailing tree-dwelling cactus from Brazil, with fleshy stems, red tinged at the tips. Small cream flowers appear on mature plants.
Stenotaphrum secundatum variegatumBuffalo Grass, St Augustine Grass
Tender, evergreen grass with a prostrate habit and green leaves with a yellow margin. Ideal for a hanging basket or container, or ground cover for beds in a conservatory
Tradescantia pallidaPurple-heart spiderwort
The green leaved form of T. pallida 'Purpurea', not often offered for sale and a nice contrast.
Tradescantia pallida 'Pale Puma'
A striking foliage plant with soft purple to green hairy leaves, making a smaller more compact plant than pallida purpurea.
Tradescantia plain green
Reverted from 'Quicksilver', a vigourous trailing plant with large glossy plain green leaves.
A trailing house plant, ideal for a basket or pot, with grey hairy leaves, and small pink flowers.
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