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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.

We will be potting up a range of succulents in the near future, so our rather limited range will expand considerably.

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Gasteria bicolor

Gasteria bicolor£6.50

Name uncertain, thsi may be a variety of bicolor. This makes pleasing clumps of fleshy green leaves, spotted and striped with paler green, ideal for a shallow pot or bowl.
Hatiora salicorniodes

Hatiora salicorniodes£6.50

Drunkard'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.

Haworthia glabrata v. concolor

Haworthia glabrata v. concolor£6.50

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

Kalanchoe brachyloba

Kalanchoe brachyloba£6.50

Name not certain. Previously listed as K. pinnata. An upright branching plant with large fleshy red-tinged leaves with wavy margins.

Lampranthus   Orange

Lampranthus Orange£6.50

A spreading succulent with grey-green leaves and bright orange dasies from late spring to early summer.

Lampranthus  'Purple'

Lampranthus 'Purple'£6.50

Spreading succulent with grey-green leaves and bright mauve dasies from late spring-summer. Grow in loam based compost with added grit in full sun. Should take a touch of frost but won't like winter wet.

Lampranthus  Pink

Lampranthus Pink£6.50

Succulent with bright pink daisy-like flowers from late spring-summer. Grow in loam based compost with added grit in full sun. Should take some frost but won't like winter wet. Unheated greenhouse/conservatory.

Oscularia deltoides

Oscularia deltoides£6.50

Deltoid 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

Othonna capensis

Othonna capensis£6.50

Little Pickles, Ruby Necklace

A quick growing succulent with trailing stems adorned with fleshy leaves shaped like little beans which take on a red or purple hue in sun and when underwatered. For a mild garden, or a sunny spot indoors.

Pilea  cadierei

Pilea cadierei£6.50

Aluminium Plant

An attractive houseplant from the tropical Far East, making a bushy clump of green foliage, each leaf with striking metalic-white markings.

Portulacaria afra 'Variegata'

Portulacaria afra 'Variegata'£6.50

Elephant Bush, Dwarf Jade Plant

A shrubby, much-branched succulent with small variegated leaves. In its native South Africa it makes a large shrub.


Rhipsalis agudoensis£6.50

An upright then trailing tree-dwelling cactus from Brazil, with fleshy stems, red tinged at the tips. Small cream flowers appear on mature plants.

Sedum burrito

Sedum burrito£6.50

Baby Donkey Tail

A popular trailing succulent house plant, similar to S. morganianum, with long stems covered with short rounded succulent leaves.

Sedum morganianum

Sedum morganianum£6.50

Burro's Tail

A trailing succulent with blue grey leaves on trailing stems which may reach 1 metre in length.

Senecio (Curio)   'Himalayan Blue'

Senecio (Curio) 'Himalayan Blue'£6.50

Similar to S. ficoides but with finer foliage, a pretty plant which would look attractive in a shallow pot, placed outdoors on a sunny patio or terrace. Bring in for the winter, when it will enjoy a sunny windowsill.

Senecio crassissimus

Senecio crassissimus£6.50

This unusual succulent has an upright branching habit. The fleshy grey leaves are held vertically, rather than horizontally, giving it a unique appearance.

Senecio ficoides

Senecio ficoides£6.50

A striking shrubby succulent with upright stems clothed with long thin fleshy very pale grey leaves,.

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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