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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...
A very pretty prennial for shade producing clumps of evergreen yellow and green mottled leaves, above which dainty spays of greenish lightly scented flowers appear in late spring. Good for dry shade under trees and shrubs.