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Some succulents like full sun, some grow better in shade. All will be fine (once mature) if you forget to water them for a week...or three. Succulents are great plants for xeriscaping and dry gardens, and for those gardeners without green fingers. And with a little TLC they make beautiful - and often beautifully flowering - indoor and outdoor plants.

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  1. Pachyveria Scheideckeri - moonstone succulent

    Pachyveria Scheideckeri - moonstone succulent

    Fat rounded leaves, silver-grey, arranged in an irregular rosette. Will grow out sideways to form a community. This one needs it hot and sunny and doesn't mind poor soil - ideal for waterwise gardens in frost-free zones. Learn More
  2. Pachyveria Diamond - moonstone succulent

    Pachyveria Diamond - moonstone succulent

    Compact succulent with a loose rosette of grey-green cigar shaped leaves. Pachyveria like it as warm and sunny as possible, and not below 10C. Tolerant of being underwatered. Learn More
  3. Kalanchoe thyrsiflora - flapjacks succulent

    Kalanchoe thyrsiflora - flapjacks succulent

    Attractive easy care desert succulent for landscaping and indoors. The attractive rust-red rims, white dusting on the leaves, and upright habit all help to deflect hot sun from the plant and conserve water.

    Plants shipped as plugs inside our tubestock pots (see photo), ready to plant or pot up.

    planted images: Forest & Kim Starr via Flickr cropped to size.

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  4. Haworthia Twister - succulent

    Haworthia Twister - succulent

    Twisting by the pool, on the deck, or beside the front door - this spiral-leaved succulent is happy so long as it's in sunshine and free-draining soil. Easy to look after, an unusual addition to your waterwise garden. Learn More
  5. Graptoveria Opalina - succulent

    Graptoveria Opalina - succulent

    Chubby little mother-of-pearl leaves form neat rosettes. Ideal for frostfree waterwise gardens, rockeries, and indoors. Pink flush is brighter when grown in full sun. Learn More
  6. Gasteria Okavango - succulent

    Gasteria Okavango - succulent

    Okavango arranges its leaves like an elaborately folded napkin at a posh restaurant, dark green shaded brown and freckled with white raised spots. Ideal succulents for the beginner, Gasteria are easy-care and will soon multiply up from a small plant. Learn More
  7. Gasteria Little Warty - succulent

    Gasteria Little Warty - succulent

    Not a nice name for a very nice succulent! Broad oval leaves, shades of green freckled with spots, each plant slightly different to the next. Ideal for the beginner, Gasteria are easy-care and will multiply from a small plant. Learn More
  8. Echeveria Topsy Turvy - succulent

    Echeveria Topsy Turvy - succulent

    Funky little succulent with beautiful silver blue leaves, each with a groovy twist and flare. Keep it warm and on the dry side and it might reward you with coral-peach flowerspikes when it's full grown.

    Aerial image: Dennis Hill via Flickr  Side image: Forest & Kim Starr via Flickrcropped to size.

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  9. Echeveria Silver Queen - succulent

    Echeveria Silver Queen - succulent

    Beautiful purple-grey colouring on this neat succulent.

    image: salchuiwt via Flickr cropped to size.

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  10. Echeveria pulidonis - succulent

    Echeveria pulidonis - succulent

    Blue-green leaves are each delicately edged in red. An extra surprise - golden yellow bell flowers on mature plants. Learn More
  11. Echeveria lauii x elegans - succulent

    Echeveria lauii x elegans - succulent

    Plump blue-tinted little rosettes which produce abundant coral bell flowers when happy. Cold hardy to zero.

    plant image: Stephen Boisvert via Flickr cropped to size.

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  12. Echeveria Blue Bird - succulent

    Echeveria Blue Bird - succulent

    Tiffany-blue leaves in a perfect rosette, each gently shaded with a blush of pink in colder weather. Learn More
  13. Echeveria Black Prince - succulent

    Echeveria Black Prince - succulent

    Dark bronze-brown compact succulent - easy-care indoor or outdoor plant and a great contrast to the silver-blue Echeveria Morning Beauty Learn More
  14. Echeveria Ben Badis - succulent

    Echeveria Ben Badis - succulent

    Neat rounded teacup rosettes of greyish-green leaves, each tipped with blood red. Learn More
  15. Echeveria 'Morning Beauty' - succulent

    Echeveria 'Morning Beauty' - succulent

    Compact blue-pink-silver succulent with symmetrical leaf arrangement and lovely colouring. Easy-care houseplant or for frost-free gardens. Makes a striking contrast with Echeveria Black Prince Learn More
  16. Desert rose 'India White' - Adenium

    Desert rose 'India White' - Adenium

    Beautiful summer flowering succulent which loves full sun and is drought tolerant, can be grown as a bonsai or a longlived garden plant. India White blooms pure white with a lime throat, refreshing! Learn More
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    Desert rose 'Bicolour' - Adenium

    Unusual hardy desert plant with white flowers edged in pink. Fantastic bonsai specimen. Forgiving if you forget to water your indoor plants! Learn More
  18. Crassula pubescens - succulent

    Crassula pubescens - succulent

    Chubby-leaf carpeting succulent with bright winter colour. Easycare plant for indoors and out in a free-draining soil. Spread to 1m wide while keeping low, great groundcover for xeriscaping. Bonus white flowers. NB These plants may arrive green but will colour up in sunlight.

    image: Cultivar413 via Flickr

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  19. Crassula Little Jade Tree - succulent

    Crassula Little Jade Tree - succulent

    Cute little succulent with finger-like stems like Shrek's ears. Fun and easy plant for indoors and outside in a free-draining soil. Learn More
  20. Crassula dubia - succulent

    Crassula dubia - succulent

    Fat-leaved grey succulent that looks like little stacked spoons. Clumps up into a lovely plant for indoors or outside in a xeriscape garden. Learn More
  21. Crassula - watchchain, rat tail succulent

    Crassula - watchchain, rat tail succulent

    Shade-loving succulent with clusters of slender leafstems marked like a zip. Easycare indoors and out in freedraining soil.

    image: Kristine Paulus via Flickr

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  22. Crassula - jade necklace succulent

    Crassula - jade necklace succulent

    Distinctive and somewhat adorable succulent, little fat towers and tails of leaves form as the plant grows. Learn More
  23. Aloe Hedgehog - succulent

    Aloe Hedgehog - succulent

    Compact little garden aloe with lovely toothy leaves and coral flowers when full grown. Ideal for pots or waterwise landscaping. Flowering image as a guide only. Learn More
  24. Aloe haworthioides - succulent

    Aloe haworthioides - succulent

    A gnarly addition to your growing succulent collection - it looks fearsome but it's really a pussycat! Aloe haworthioides has a cluster of slender pointed leaves, all covered in white teeth-hairs. Easy as, to look after, and if it's really happy it will shoot out tiger-tails of long flower spikes.

    Close-up image: Stephen Boisvert via Flickr cropped to size. Plant image: Leonora King via Flickr

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  25. Agave geminiflora - succulent

    Agave geminiflora - succulent

    Very architectural feature plant for containers, desert gardens, waterwise planting. Loves full sun, will grow in full shade; cold tolerant to around -5C. Flowers after around ten years with a huge 4m spike of yellow blooms, usually dying afterwards. What a way to go out.

    outdoor image: Rictor and David via  Flickr cropped to size.

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