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Succulents

We love succulents, they are perfect houseplants! They are so incredibly diverse from colourful and architectural to wonderfully weird. Generally speaking they are easy to grow just needing a good amount of sunlight and most conveniently, not very much water. Most come from dry, arid or desert habitats and store water in their fleshy leaves. They are a great way of getting children interested in growing things too, they find them utterly fascinating.

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Echeveria lilacina

Echeveria lilacina

Ghost Echeveria

A beautiful succulent, slowly forming a rosette up to 10" across The leaves are a pale silvery grey and arranged in neatly symmetrical rosettes. Pink flowers appear on arching stems in spring

£6.50
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Echeveria pulidonis?

Name not totally certain. A beautiful plant rapidly building rosettes of grey leaves with red edges. For a sunny windowsill, frost-free greenhouse. Can be bedded out for the summer.

£6.50
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Echeveria secunda v glauca

Echeveria secunda v glauca

A popular succulent with blue-green rosettes which can reach about a foot across. Can be stood outside or bedded out in summer.

£6.50
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Echeveria setosa var. ciliata

Low growing succulent forming neat rosettes of hairy leaves. Red and yellow flowers appear in summer. It readily produces offsets so best grown in a shallow bowl where it can spread. Grow in a gritty/ cactus compost on a sunny windowsill.

£6.50
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Epiphyllum  'Red'

Epiphyllum 'Red'

Orchid Cactus

Varietal name unknown. This vigorous plant produces beautiful deep red flowers on spiny trailing stems.

£6.50
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Epiphyllum 'Beavertail'

Orchid Cactus

A variety with very wide fleshy wavy leaves which arch upwards before trailing downwards. This seems to be new in cultivation under this name, and we're not sure if it flowers well. It makes an impressive foliage plant, so flowers£12.00
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Epiphyllum 'Red Tip'

Orchid Cactus

Epiphytic (tree-dwelling) cactus with trailing stems with reddish tips. Spectacular pink or red flowers in spring or summer.

£12.00
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Epiphyllum anguliger

Epiphyllum anguliger

Fishbone Cactus, Ric-Rac Cactus, Wijayakusuma

Epiphytic cactus with curious zigzag shaped stems and large, scented white flowers in spring and autumn. Will climb with support or grow as a trailing houseplant

£6.50
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Epiphyllum cooperi

An epiphytic cactus, living on trees in tropical rainforests. Large powerfully night-scented flowers appear on mature plants, each lasting only 24 hours.

£6.50
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Epiphyllum oxypetalum

Epiphyllum oxypetalum

Night Blooming Cereus

Epiphytic (tree-dwelling) cactus, with long flattened fleshy stems which have wavy margins. Large, night-scented white flowers appear on and off between spring and autumn.

£6.50
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