Succulents

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.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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Echeveria elegans
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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

Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg
Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg
£6.50
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A beautiful succulent, slowly forming large rosettes with shiny leaves in shades of pink and purple with a white bloom.

Echeveria secunda v glauca
Echeveria secunda v glauca
£6.50
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A popular succulent with blue-green rosettes which can reach about a foot across. Can be stood outside or bedded out in summer.

Epiphyllum  'Red'
Epiphyllum 'Red'
£6.50
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Orchid Cactus

Varietal name unknown. This vigorous plant produces beautiful deep red flowers on spiny trailing stems.

Epiphyllum 'David's Golden Splendour'
£6.50
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Orchid Cactus

Epiphytic (tree-dwelling) cactus with trailing stems and huge lemon yellow flowers in spring or summer.

Epiphyllum 'Red Tip'
£6.50
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Orchid Cactus

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

Plants are out of stock but cuttings are available.

Epiphyllum cooperi
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Possibly E. crenatum v cooperi. An epiphytic cactus, living on trees in tropical rainforests. Large powerfully night-scented flowers appear on mature plants, each lasting only 24 hours.

Epiphyllum crenatum 'Beavertail'
£6.50
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Orchid Cactus

Probably a fancy name for E. crenatum. A variety with very wide fleshy wavy leaves which arch upwards before trailing downwards. Makes an impressive foliage plant, in time producing large night-scented flowers.

Epiphyllum mauve
£6.50
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An epiphytic cactus, living on trees in tropical rainforests. Large mauve flowers appear on mature plants, each lasting only 24 hours.

Epiphyllum pink
£6.50
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An epiphytic cactus, living on trees in tropical rainforests. Large mid pink flowers appear on mature plants, each lasting only 24 hours.

Euphorbia mauritanica
Euphorbia mauritanica
£6.50
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Pencil milk bush

South African succulent forming clumps of upright mostly leafless stems, topped in spring with small yellow flowers. CAUTION, SAP IS TOXIC

Euphorbia tirucalli
Euphorbia tirucalli
£7.50
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Finger tree

Large succulent with fleshy, cylindrical, leafless stems. New growth in spring can be tinged yellow-orange. This is a good specimen plant in a large pot, capable of getting to around 6ft if potted on each year. CAUTION, SAP IS VERY TOXIC AND A SKIN IRRITANT.

Gasteria bicolor
Gasteria bicolor
£6.50
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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.
Haworthia glabrata
Haworthia glabrata
£6.50
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A neat little succulent from South Africa, making slowly spreading and splitting rosettes of pointed fleshy deep green leaves covered with small warts.

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