Category Cactus and Succulents

Crassula ovata

Crassula ovata 'Autumn Glow'

Crassula are a varied group of succulents with Crassula ovata being one of the most widely grown. It is the green leafed Crassula ovata that is commonly called the Jade plant or ‘Money Plant, however many different varieties are available.…

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Trichodiadema densum

With around 30 species found in the genus Trichodiadema are found from southern Namibia into the Northern, Western, and Eastern Cape Provinces in South Africa.  These are low growing shrubby plants, they form a tuberous roots system which gives older…

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Monkey Tail Cactus

Monkey Tail Cactus (Cleistocactus colademononis)

The Monkey tail cactus (Cleistocactus colademononis), previously known as Hildewintera colademononis) is easy care cactus that grows well in hanging baskets. Initial growth is upright however as the stems get longer they droop or ‘weep’ and these long hanging stems,…

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Rhipsalis rosea

Rhipsalis rosea

Originally from southern Brazil, Rhipsalis rosea is commonly called the ‘Rose Easter Cactus’. Also known as Hatoria rosea and recently reclassified as Rhipsalidopsis rosea it is grown for the rosy pink flowers as well as the foliage. The flowers are…

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Astrophytum Haku Jo

The Star Cactus Astrophytum is a small genus of only six species. They grow in very harsh environments, very hot, poor soils and subject to weather conditions. Like many succulent varieties will grow in full sun outdoors in the right…

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Agave parryi

Agave parryi

This is a very attractive slow growing succulent and Agave parryi is renowned as being a wonderful silver foliage plant. Best grown in full sun although like most agaves, in very hot climates, in summer if does tend to look…

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Parodia Species (Notocactus)

Formerly know as Notocactus and now named Parodia this is a group of succulents with around 50 species identified. This is a varied group from South America characterised by a rounded shape and rows of spines radiating from top to…

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Conophytum are a small succulent plant from South Africa and Namibia. They form small rounded cone shaped bodies and come in a range of forms, in fact with more than 100 species and many more varieties this is a diverse…

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Pachyveria are a hybrid between two succulent species, Pachyphytum and Echeveria. Characterised by thick fleshy leaves that form rosettes they are a hardy succulent that will grow to 6 – 8 inches in height (15 – 20cm). Pachyveria flowers vary…

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Sedum Plants such as Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ are a popular low care succulent sold widely for use in both containers and in the garden as a ground cover plant. Look for species and cultivars for sale including Sedum telephium ‘Autumn…

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