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  • 3 Cornered Rhipsalis

    Lepismium cruciforme

    A trailing cactus, native to the jungles of Argentina and Brazil, Lepismium cruciform is known for its remarkable colour, an olive green that blushes to a deep magenta when the plant is stressed, which can be achieved by adjusting heat, water or nutrients. A unique looking succulent, it has long, twisting spider-like explosions of leaves…

  • African Blood Lily

    Haemanthus multiflorus

    There are 60 plants in the South African genus Scadoxus multiflorus (previously known as the Haemanthus multiflorus) including this gorgeous perennial bulb. A scentless flower, it nevertheless looks stunning when potted and moved to window settings while in bloom. The term “Haemanthus” means blood flower in Latin, but the African Blood Lily actually comes in…

  • African Cathedral Plant

    Euphorbia heterochroma

    Introducing the African Cathedral Plant, a remarkable member of the diverse Euphorbia plant genus. With over 5000 species to its name, Euphorbia offers a world of captivating botanical wonders. Originating from Tanzania, the African Cathedral Plant carries a rich history of traditional medicinal use, where it was employed to treat a variety of ailments, ranging…

  • African Milk Barrel

    Euphorbia pseudocactus

    Euphorbia pseudocactus, colloquially known as the African Milk Barrel, is a visually striking succulent native to South Africa. This plant exhibits a cactus-like appearance with segmented columnar stems densely covered in spines. The stems often grow in clusters, lending the plant a bushy appearance. Its greenish-gray hue contrasts starkly with the dark spines, making it…

  • African Milk Bush

    Euphorbia umbellata

    Euphorbia umbellata, commonly referred to as the African Milk Bush, is a succulent that originates from Africa. Its appearance is characterized by long, slender branches that sprout from the base, giving it an almost tree-like stature. The green stems are covered in petite leaves that tend to cluster towards the tips. As with many members…

  • African Milk Tree ‘green’

    Euphorbia trigona

    This evergreen succulent has a traditional cactus appearance and can grow to almost 3 metres tall. Originating in Namibia, it’s actually part of the Poinsettia family, though you’d never tell from looks alone– Its flowers are typically white and pale yellow. The stems are dark green and triangular in section and grow practically upright, each…

  • African Milk Tree ‘Red’

    Euphorbia trigona rubra

    Introducing the African Milk Tree ‘Red’, a striking variation of the Euphorbia trigona. This cactus-like succulent is a low-maintenance and resilient plant, making it an ideal choice for both beginner and seasoned gardeners. With its vibrant red coloration, it adds a unique touch to any garden or window display. Originating from West Africa, this succulent…

  • African Spear

    Sansevieria cylindrica

    Introducing the African Spear, also known by various common names such as Cylindrical Snake Plant, Spear Sansevieria, Spear Orchid, and Skyline Spear Sansevieria. This evergreen perennial succulent is a captivating addition to any indoor or outdoor space. With its tall, thick spear-like stems and striking appearance, the African Spear, belonging to the mother-in-law’s tongue family,…

  • Afterglow

    Echeveria ‘Afterglow’

    Introducing Afterglow, the epitome of pink-edged succulent cuteness! Originally hailing from the picturesque mountains of northern Mexico, this rosette succulent is a true delight to behold. Its stunning wide leaves boast a dreamy quality, adorned with beautiful hues of powdery pink and purple, gracefully edged in lighter shades of pink. The Afterglow’s large, purple rosettes,…

  • Aloe Bellatula

    Aloe bellatula

    Introducing Aloe Bellatula, a captivating miniature cactus/succulent perennial hailing from the central region of Madagascar. As a member of the Aloe family, this unique plant boasts a partly branched structure, adorned with exquisite orange and pink flowers. True to its name, Bellatula, which translates to “little beautiful,” this clump-forming succulent showcases olive green leaves that…

  • Aloe Ellenbeckii

    Aloe ellenbeckii

    The Aloe Ellenbeckii, also known as the Aloe Dumetorum, is a stunning succulent that is sure to catch the eye of any plant lover. With its bell-shaped flowers in shades of rose to mauve, this plant adds a beautiful contrast to any garden or indoor space. This hardy and drought-tolerant plant produces offsets from the…

  • Aloe Jucunda

    Aloe jucunda

    Aloe Jucunda, also known as a Miniature Aloe, is a small and striking succulent native to Somalia. Unfortunately, due to deforestation and grazing livestock, it has been listed as critically endangered in its natural habitat. While it may become extinct in the wild, it can still be found in nurseries and home gardens, where it…

  • Aloe Vera

    Aloe vera

    Aloe Vera, also known as Barbados Aloe, Coastal Aloe, Common Aloe, and many more names, is a versatile succulent. This plant is a must-have for every home, as it makes a lovely ornamental succulent. Although Aloe Vera can be found in almost every country, it is native to South-West Arabia, where it thrives in hot…

  • Alpina

    Echeveria alpina

    Introducing Alpina, a delightful member of the Echeveria family. Known for its ease of care and adaptability, this succulent is a fantastic addition to any garden or indoor collection. With its versatile nature, Alpina can thrive in various light and moisture conditions, making it a reliable and resilient choice. Whether you place it in a…

  • Andrews Choice

    Echeveria 'Andrews Choice'

    Echeveria ‘Andrews Choice’ is a striking rosette-forming succulent. Its fleshy, spatulate leaves are typically pale green, often exhibiting subtle hints of pink or red, especially when exposed to high light conditions. The leaves form a tight rosette that can grow up to 15 cm in diameter. The plant often produces tall arching inflorescences bearing bell-shaped,…

  • Anomalous Houseleek

    Sempervivum montanum subsp. stiriacum

    Introducing the Anomalous Houseleek, also known as Mountain Houseleek. This unique succulent earned its name from its fascinating habit of taking root in the roofs of houses. Native to the picturesque mountains of south and central Europe, this mat-forming evergreen brings a touch of natural beauty and intrigue to any garden or indoor space. The…