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  • Apron Strings

    Kalanchoe synsepala

    This beautiful, easy to grow and unique looking succulent is native to Madagascar. A vertical grower, it grows up to half a metre tall. When its long stems reach back down to the ground, it takes root, leading to its common name of Walking Kalanchoe. Prized for their long-lasting, gorgeous flowers which are tubular in…

  • Argentine Echeveria

    Echeveria palida

    Argentine Echeveria are a fast growing succulent which can grow up to 50cm tall and 25cm wide. This variety is easily characterised by its large rosettes of bright green, spoon-shaped leaves. The red to pink coloured margins become more vibrant in the extremes of summer and winter and accentuate the natural curves of the large florets.

  • Arizona Snow Cap

    Mammillaria vetula subsp. gracilis

    Common Names: Arizona Snow Cap, Globe Cactus, Nipple Cactus, Fish Hook Cactus, Pin Cushion Cactus. These are all generic common names for all cacti in the Mammillaria species. The Nipple Cactus name has derived from its Latin name “Mammillaria” meaning “nipple”. This cactus could be correctly referred to by any of these common names. Description:…

  • Aura Cactus

    Borzicactus aureispinus

    The Aura Cactus, also known as the Golden Rat Tail, is a stunning and fast-growing succulent with thick, fleshy columnar stems that are lined with sharp and bristly spines. This branching variety of cactus is native to Bolivia and is known for its magnificent arching branches, which can grow up to 1.5 meters in length…

  • Australian Waxvine

    Hoya australis

    The Hoya genus has around 200 species with seven occurring right here in Australia, including the aptly named Hoya Australis, which is known as “Common Waxflower” or “Waxvine”. An aromatic indoor climbing plant with succulent foliage, its leaves are thick and nearly round, growing around 9cm wide. A slow grower, it is resilient and easy…

  • Baby Blue Chalksticks

    Senecio serpens

    This popular ornamental groundcover originates from South Africa. A powdery blue low-growing dwarf succulent featuring cylindrical blue-green and often dramatically red-tipped leaves, it is semi-trailing and rapidly grows to form a dense blue mat. This short succulent looks stunning in a mass planting as a ground cover for beds and borders or as a foreground…

  • Baby Blue’s

    Sedum clavatum

    Pretty, easy care spreading evergreen succulent with cylindrical blue chalk-stick shaped leaves. Rosettes up to 30cm in diameter form from bluish-green leaves which can turn a gorgeous light pink if the plant is stressed. Growing up to 10 cm to 15cm tall and 20 cm wide, the plant spreads forming a thick turquoise carpet which…

  • Baby Chalk Stick

    Senecio citriformis

    Romantically also known as “String of Tears”, this cluster-forming succulent has both trailing and erect stems and is therefore appreciated for its scrambling tendency. However it is equally admired for its pretty, tear-drop shaped leaves, which are waxy and blue-grey-green in colour and feature translucent stripes. Tiny, creamy-yellow flowers will bloom amongst the grey, lemon-shaped…

  • Baby Donkey Tail

    Sedum burrito

    Sedum burrito, commonly known as Baby Donkey Tail or Burro’s Tail, is a popular succulent plant known for its distinctive trailing growth habit. This plant features long, hanging stems densely covered with small, rounded, fleshy green leaves. The leaves are tightly packed along the stems, resembling a tail, which gives the plant its common name….

  • Baby Frogs

    Plectranthus prostratus

    Also known as “Succulent Swedish Ivy” and “Pillow Plant”, this tiny perennial succulent is native to South Africa and is popular as an ornamental foliage. Growing up to 20cm tall, it is a creeping succulent with many-branched stems which form a dense, velvety, furry, mat. Its proliferation of small, chubby, lime-green leaves with toothed margins…

  • Baby Rubber Plant

    Peperomia obtusifolia

    This flowering evergreen perennial plant is also known as Pepperface Plant and comes from a genus with more than 1000 species. Growing up to 30cm tall, it is an ornamental foliage whose leaves have a traditional, fleshy, succulent look and feel about them. The glossy, dark green leathery leaves are bushy in appearance and feature…

  • Babys Tears

    Crassula expansa subsp. fragilis

    This is a pretty, delicate sprawling succulent ground cover. A low-growing perennial or annual, it features thin reddish brown stems, masses of tiny, thick, flat hairy leaves of pale green, and small white 5 pointed star-shaped flowers. These will have your garden looking lively as they attract bees, butterflies and other insects. Looks awesome in…

  • Baker Aloe

    Aloe bakeri

    The Baker Aloe, also known as Dwarf Aloe or Aloe bakeri, is a stunning succulent that is beloved for its delicate form and multi-colored foliage. This plant produces long, thin leaves that range in color from bright green to bronze and tones of red, depending on the season. The rosettes of the Baker Aloe interweave…

  • Balloon Cactus

    Parodia magnifica

    Popular for its geometric, traditional cactus-like appearance, this south American native has about 50 species in its family ranging from tiny globose plants to columnar cacti. Always heavily ribbed, it is a blue-green globular woolly cactus growing in clusters, with hairy, spiny stems and brilliant yellow funnel-shaped flowers at or near the crown. The plant’s…

  • Bantel’s Sensation

    Sansevieria trifasciata 'Bantel's Sensation'

    Also called “White Sansevieria” or “White Stripped Snake Plant”, this African native is regarded as rare and unusual and is prized for its wide, dark green leaves which feature distinctive snow-white streaks. A stemless perennial succulent plant, forming dense stands, it spreads by way of creeping. In a pot, Bantel’s Sensation will grow up to…

  • Beached Octopus

    Euphorbia cylindrifolia

    A highly collectible variety of succulent “bonsai”, this distinctive plant is listed as critically endangered in the wild but is increasingly popular with cactophiles and bonsai growers. A dwarf, cushion-forming succulent featuring rosettes of snaky stems arising out of a short caudex, its leaves are dark reddish-brown and fleshy. From its original habitat in Madagascan…