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** Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022 Bank Holiday - Mail Order Deliveries **

Due to the first week in June being a 3 day working week we are planning to suspend dispatching plants during that week. We will do our best to get any existing orders sent this coming week (commencing 23rd MAY).  Orders received after 20th May could be subject to delay as our courier is expecting the following week (commencing 6th June) to be very busy.

If your order is urgent please let us know and we will see what we can do.

Buy 6 or more tender, half-hardy or exotic plants online and get 20% off

20% off Hardy Shrubs until 30th June


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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Plectranthus verticillatus

Plectranthus verticillatus£6.50

Swedish Ivy

A semi-succulent trailing plant for a shady position indoors, with attractive glossy leaves and short spikes of white and blue flowers. Great in a hanging basket.

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.

Senecio serpens

Senecio serpens£6.50

Shrubby succulent with fleshy, frosted blue stems and blue-grey leaves. Has small, pale yellow daisies in summer.


x Alworthia 'Black Gem'£6.50

A very attractive small succulent forming clumps of tapered olive green leaves which turn a chocolate brown colour with age.

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