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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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Rhipsalis capilliformis

Rhipsalis capilliformis

Dainty epiphytic cactus which trails in a hair-like fashion so good for hanging baskets.

£6.50
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Sansevieria trifasciata 'Moonshine'

Sansevieria trifasciata 'Moonshine'

Mother in Laws` Tongue

A cultivar with pale grey-green leaves, succulent and stiffly upright, growing to 2 feet.

£7.50
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Senecio crassissimus - larger leaves

Name uncertain. Unusual succulent with an upright to spreading habit. The fleshy grey leaves are held vertically, giving it a unique appearance.

£5.00
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Senecio archeri 'Himalaya'

Senecio archeri 'Himalaya'

An shrubby succulent with whorls of bright fresh fleshy green leaves on upright stems.

£5.00
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Senecio articulatus

Candle Plant

Species of unusual appearance with swollen jointed stems and small yellow daisy flowers in summer. Good for a sunny windowsill.

£5.00
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Senecio crassissimus

Senecio crassissimus

This unusual succulent has an upright branching habit. The fleshy grey leaves are held vertically, rather than horizontally, giving it a unique appearance.

£5.50
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Senecio ficoides

Senecio ficoides

A striking shrubby succulent with upright stems clothed with long thin fleshy very pale grey leaves,.

£5.00
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Senecio kleiniiformis

Senecio kleiniiformis

Spearhead Senecio

A low growing succulent from South Africa with glaucous spear shaped leaves and yellow daisy flowers on long stems in summer.

£5.00
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Senecio rowleyanus

Senecio rowleyanus

String of Beads

Unusual trailing succulent with spherical leaves, ideal for hanging baskets & containers indoors.

£6.00
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Senecio serpens

Senecio serpens

Shrubby succulent with fleshy, frosted blue stems and blue-grey leaves. Has small, pale yellow daisies in summer.

£5.00
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New Plants
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