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Succulents

AVAILABLE SPRING/SUMMER 2020

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 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.

£5.00
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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.

£5.00
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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.

£5.50
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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

£6.00
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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.

£5.50
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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.

£5.50
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Euphorbia mauritanica

Euphorbia mauritanica

Pencil milk bush

South African succulent forming clumps of upright mostly leafless stems, topped in spring with small yellow flowers. CAUTION, SAP IS TOXIC

£6.50
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Euphorbia phosphorea

Euphorbia phosphorea

A tall upright branching succulent from Brazil. The almost leafless stems have between 6-9 sides giving them a pencil-like quality. Tiny red flowers may be produced directly on the stems in warm conditions. A striking architectural plant for a sunny place indoors. CAUTION, SAP IS TOXIC

£6.50
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Euphorbia tirucalli

Euphorbia tirucalli

Finger tree

Large succulent with fleshy, cylindrical, leafless stems. New growth in spring can be tinged yellow-orange. This is a good specimen plant in a large pot, capable of getting to around 6ft if potted on each year. CAUTION, SAP IS VERY TOXIC AND A SKIN IRRITANT.

£6.50
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Gasteria  'Smokey'

Gasteria 'Smokey'

A beautiful little succulent producing fanned rosettes of chunky smokey grey-green leaves. Great for a sunny windowsill

£5.00
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