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We love succulents, they are perfect houseplants! They are so incredibly diverse from colourful and architectural to wonderfully weird. Generally speaking they are easy to grow just needing a good amount of sunlight and most conveniently, not very much water. Most come from dry, arid or desert habitats and store water in their fleshy leaves. They are a great way of getting children interested in growing things too, they find them utterly fascinating.

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Aloe vera

Aloe vera£6.50

Burn Plant, Medicine Plant

This popular succulent is very useful to have around the home. The fleshy interior of the leaves can soothe and help heal minor skin ailments and burns. Works superbly to alleviate pain from stinging nettles. Spikes of yellow flowers appear in summer

Epiphyllum 'Red Tip' - unrooted cuttings

Epiphyllum 'Red Tip' - unrooted cuttings£7.00

Orchid Cactus

Epiphytic (tree-dwelling) cactus with trailing stems with reddish tips. Spectacular pink or red flowers in spring or summer.

4 x 6" (15 cm) unrooted cuttings.

Haworthia glabrata v. concolor

Haworthia glabrata v. concolor£6.00

A pretty little rosette-forming succulent with fleshy pointed leaves - these are green with numerous small white warty spots.

Kalanchoe rauhii

Kalanchoe rauhii£7.00

A cross between Kalanchoe rosei subsp. variifolia and K. delagoensis (tubiflora) delagoensis. Upright stems are clothed with serrated fleshy leaves, each producing plantlets along the edges. Umbels of nodding salmon flowers, probably in spring.

Senecio kleiniiformis

Senecio kleiniiformis£6.50

Spearhead Senecio

A low growing succulent from South Africa with glaucous spear shaped leaves and yellow daisy flowers on long stems in summer.

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