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Succulents

Availability

Our indoor plants start to become available from the end of April once we are satisfied they are ready after their spring potting and the worst risk of cold nights has passed. If there are any plants you are interested in please let us know, so we can reserve them for you.

We have an expanding range of these interesting and varied plants – mostly succulents, but also some epiphytic cacti (i.e. those which live in trees), like the wonderfully scented Epiphyllums and Selenicereus, have worked their way into the catalogue. Most plants in this section are undemanding, and are ideal for a hot sunny conservatory or windowsill, generally needing less watering and attention than other plants. (Succulents provide an ideal way to get children interested in plants.) We have selected those with interesting foliage shapes and textures, some verging on the bizarre...

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Euphorbia tirucalli

Euphorbia tirucalli

Milkweed, Spurge

Tender succulent with an upright habit and branching fleshy leafless stems. CAUTION, SAP CAN BE AN IRRITANT.

£7.50
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Gasteria  'Smokey'

Gasteria 'Smokey'

A beautiful hybrid producing clumps of rosettes with chunky smokey grey-green leaves.

£5.00
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Gasteria bicolor 'Variegata'

£5.00
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Gasteria verrucosa

Ox Tongue

Member of the Aloe family with dark green leaves and white spots. Has racemes of reddish orange flowers April to June.

£5.00
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Hatiora salicorniodes

Hatiora salicorniodes

Drunkard's Dream

An epiphytic cactus from rain forests in Brazil, where it gows in trees. It has curiously jointed knobbly trailing stems to 60 cm long.

£6.50
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Haworthia limifolia

Fairies Washboard

A robust easy to grow succulent, producing spiral rosettes of deep green fleshy leaves. These have distinct ridges, giving rise to its common name.

£5.00
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Kalanchoe 'Oakeaf'

Dwarf Velvet Plant

Smaller and more compact than the normal K. beharensis, this makes a very attractive plant, sure to attract attention. The furry grey leaves have wavy margins, with a brown tinge.

£5.50
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Kalanchoe  beauverdii

Kalanchoe beauverdii

Beauverd's Widow's-Thrill

(Syn. Kalanchoe scandens.) An unusual climbing succulent, when supported, with long purplish leaves.

£7.50
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Kalanchoe prebella

A pretty little succulent with masses of tubular orange flowers in spring. Resents wet compost so add grit, and water sparingly in the winter, and only when top half of compost has dried in the summer. Keep in a smallish pot. Likes sun.

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Kalanchoe 'Dorothy Brown'

Kalanchoe 'Dorothy Brown'

Common Name: Pussy Ears

An unusual variety similar to, or related to, K. tomentosa, with fleshy furry leaves, browny green with rusty brown edges.

£6.50
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Laserpitum siler

Laserpitum siler£5.00

A perennial umbellifer with mounds of distinctive blue green foliage, tall stems to 3 feet, carry large white umbels in summer. Good soil in sun to part-shade.

Matthiola perennis 'Alba'

Matthiola perennis 'Alba'£5.50

Perennial Stock

Shrubby perennial with grey foliage and clouds of delicately scented flowers June to August. Ideal for a dry/ Mediterranean style garden. Likes well-drained soil in full sun. 

Rheum palmatum var. tanguticum

Rheum palmatum var. tanguticum£7.00

Chinese/ Ornamental Rhubarb

A choice form with larger leaves than the species which retain their reddish purple tinge. Tall plumes of pink red or white flowers from May to June.

Shrubland Park Nurseries