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 gardeners without green fingers. With a little TLC they make beautiful - and often beautifully flowering - indoor and outdoor plants
Agave geminiflora - succulent
Very architectural feature plant for containers, desert gardens, waterwise planting. Loves full sun, will grow in full shade; cold tolerant ...
Aloe Galaxy - succulent
Speckled succulent with sharp slender leaves. It's new so we don't know how big this one gets - grow it and let us know!...
Aloe Pink Blush - succulent
Unusually-coloured compact aloe with striking pink-peach-sand leaves in a rosette. Easy care, compact, ideal indoor or waterwise garden plan...
Aloe vera - succulent
Renowned for its healing properties, especially for soothing burns on the skin. Instead of expensive gels, you can break off a small piece o...
Aloe White Beauty - succulent
Cheeky little aloe, minty-green in colour, pixellated with white. Easy care, compact, ideal indoor or waterwise garden plant.
Crassula Emerald - succulent
Supercute! Tiny neat interlocked rosettes of deep green leaves grow in clusters, spreading to form little families. When it's mature and hap...
Echeveria Black Prince - succulent
Dark bronze-brown compact succulent - easy-care indoor or outdoor plant and a great contrast planted alongside silver-blue succulents. ...
Echeveria Fire and Ice - succulent
Large open succulent with interestly rippled leaves rimmed in red, like it's wearing lipstick for a special event. The colour deepens in sum...
Echeveria Lipstick - succulent
Neat little pointed leaves arranged like one of those paper fortune tellers from the playground. Young plants are all green; as they grow ea...
Echeveria Monroe - succulent
A colour-changing succulent, silver-green in light shade with regular water, pinky-orange in full sun and drought conditions. (See the image...
Echeveria Morning Beauty - succulent
Compact blue-pink-silver succulent with symmetrical leaf arrangement and lovely colouring. Easy-care houseplant or for frost-free gardens. M...
Echeveria Star Green - succulent
Neat deep green star that will grow happily on a windowsill or in a waterwise garden. Easy care low maintenance succulent that will flower w...
Echeveria Violet Queen - succulent
You can see from the photo what neat little rosettes you get with this variety! The grey-green colour becomes more silvery with an extra blu...
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...
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 ...
Graptoveria Opalina - succulent
Chubby little mother-of-pearl leaves form neat rosettes. Ideal for frostfree waterwise gardens, rockeries, and indoors. Pink flush is bright...
Haworthia chalwini - succulent
Long stems clothed with leaves interlocked like a dragon's tail. Easy to look after, an unusual addition to your waterwise garden.
Haworthia retusa duval - succulent
Easy-care lowgrowing succulent with dark green fat see-through leaves. The translucent areas increase the light getting to the centre of the...
Haworthia Wide Zebra - succulent
Lot of drama in a little plant: look at those vibrantly striped little leaves! Look at the dark compact rosettes! Very easy to look after, t...
Hoya carnosa Pink - waxflower
Beautiful pink-flowered nectar-rich exotic climber-trailer from the Himalayas, ideal for frost-free locations. Dark green glossy leaves, and...
Kalanchoe humilis - succulent
Leopard print is SO HOT right now! We love this big bold succulent for its spotty-stripy markings and its large size. Just like a leopard it...
Kalanchoe Quicksilver - succulent
Beautiful silver-leaf compact succulent, leaves have a wine-purple tint in sun. Small lilac flowers appear in late winter. Likes it hot and ...
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