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  • Purple Sand Rose

    Anacamperos rufescens

    Native to South Africa and commonly called “Purple Sand Rose”, this freely branching leaf succulent forms mats around 60cm wide out of spiralling rosettes. Leaves are narrow, pointed and olive green on top, purplish underneath. When the plant is stressed, the green turns to red. Stems are covered in white hairs which contrast wonderfully with…

  • Sand Rose

    Anacampseros telephuastrum

    Sand Rose (Anacampseros telephuastrum) is a charming succulent native to South Africa, where it thrives in dry and hot climates. In Australian gardens, this plant can be cultivated by allowing it to dry out between deep watering and keeping it drier during the winter months. Mature Sand Rose plants produce crooked stems up to 10cm…