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  • Beestong

    Gasteria brachyphylla

    This is a low-growing stemless succulent growing 9-23cm tall and 7-23cm wide. Native to South Africa, the name “beestong” comes from the Afrikaans word for cattle tongue and describes the appearance of the leaf of this plant. Similar to aloe, this succulent has smooth fleshy leaves in two opposite rows, and leaves can have white…

  • Benbadis

    Echeveria 'Benbadis'

    Echeveria ‘Benbadis’ is a captivating succulent admired for its aesthetic appeal. Characterized by rosettes of thick, fleshy leaves, this plant typically boasts a gradient of colors, often transitioning from a green center to pink or reddish margins. The leaves are commonly slightly cupped, giving the rosette a unique, almost sculptural appearance. Native to semi-desert areas…

  • Big Brother

    Graptoveria gigantea

    This Mexican and southern American native is part of the Graptoveria genus which is a hybrid between Graptopetalum and Echeveria. Big Brother is a brilliantly coloured, stemless, clump-forming succulent that grows around 15cm tall. Rosettes have stubby grey-green leaves, but the colour of this succulent changes, with it turning a strong shade of pink in…

  • Big Octopus Arms

    Monadenium stapelioides

    A beautiful succulent perennial herb which produces many multi-coloured stems, branching at the base of a large, fleshy rootstock to form a domed cushion up to 60 cm wide. Triangular-shaped leaves are light green with hints of pinkish-purple stripes in bright light. Stems are cylindrical and upright to begin with before hanging down and are…

  • Big Peas

    Senecio perla grande

    A beautiful hanging plant that resembles its smaller cousin Chain of Peas or Chain of Pearls, just much bigger. This unusual plant will hang multiple chain of round green beads. If you would like to thicken the beads even further, just take a long strand and throw it back up into the pot so that…

  • Bird’s Nest Cactus

    Mammillaria decipiens

    Behold the captivating Bird’s Nest Cactus, scientifically known as Mammillaria decipiens. This eccentric and twisted succulent is an absolute showstopper, guaranteed to captivate the hearts of both budding enthusiasts and seasoned collectors of the extraordinary. Its unique charm lies in the enchanting maze of crazy, twisted thorns that envelop the numerous stems emerging from its…

  • Bits And Pieces

    Rhipsalis disocactus

    Rhipsalis disocactus ‘Bits And Pieces’ is a hybrid variety of epiphytic cactus known for its striking appearance. It features slender, segmented stems that drape and trail, adorned with vibrant pink flowers that bloom in late spring to early summer. The flowers are tubular in shape and can be quite showy, adding a splash of color…

  • Black Cactus

    Lobivia arachnacantha 'black'

    Lobivia is now known as Echinopsis, but many people still prefer to use the old name. It features 128 species of plant, from large trees to tiny, flat globous cacti. Clumping, with a dark chocolate colour, the arachnacantha variety takes its name from the Greek for “spider web shaped thorns”, descriptive of the appearance of…

  • Black Gasteria

    Gasteria nigricans

    This succulent is related to the aloe family and is native to the western cape of South Africa where tribal beliefs ascribe it magical healing properties. It is a stemless succulent grown mainly for its attractive foliage, being deep green, fleshy, tongue-like “distichous” leaves (arranged in opposing pairs to form a fan). Shallow rooted and…

  • Black Gem

    Gasteria nigricans monstrose

    Also called Sharkskin Gasteria or Black Gasteria. A perennial succulent from the South African genus of fairly rare, aloe-like Gasteria, which now number around 24 species cultivated for sale as houseplants. Gasteria leaves are long and roughly textured, which has led to their colloquial name being “ox tongue”. Shallow-rooted and slow growing, Gasteria make very…

  • Black Milkweed

    Stapelianthus decaryi

    Introducing the Stapelianthus Decaryi, also known as the Black Milkweed! Hailing from the open landscapes of Southern Madagascar, this extraordinary asclepiad succulent is sure to captivate with its unique characteristics and intriguing beauty. Growing in low-running formations, this succulent forms substantial and dense clumps, creating an impressive display of lush foliage. Its most enchanting feature…

  • Black Prince

    Echeveria ‘Black Prince’

    Echeveria ‘Black Prince’ is a hybrid between the seed parent Echeveria shaviana and the pollen parent Echeveria affinis. A dwarf plant growing just 15cm tall and 21cm wide, this is a gorgeous evergreen succulent that produces offsets known as chicks, leading to its colloquial name Black Hens and Chicks. These chicks begin as a green…

  • Blooming Boxes

    Kalanchoe prolifera

    Hailing from Madagascar, these unusual evergreen spreading succulent shrubs are fast-growing and can reach 4m in height. They are known for having leaves with a unique otherworldly appearance which make them an interesting element in a garden or container planting. Sometimes also cultivated as a hedge, this perennial is quite easy to grow and prefer…

  • Blue Boy

    Yucca desmitiana 'blue boy'

    Much lusted after as an ornamental, the Yucca desmitiana is coveted for its intensely-coloured foliage. From bluish-grey leaves in its youth, to deep burgundy on maturation, this purplish plant develops a round, barrel-like rosette over time. Native to northern Mexico deserts, Blue Boy is low maintenance and easy to grow with low water needs. A…

  • Blue Chalk Stick

    Senecio mandraliscae

    Native to South Africa, this gorgeous low growing spreading succulent is one of the bluest groundcovers you’ll find. With its distinctive blue hue and unusual texture, it’s a great way to add contrast! Fast spreading to form a carpet, Blue ChalkStick is an evergreen perennial, erect or semi trailing shrub that usually stands about 40cm…

  • Blue Curls

    Echeveria 'blue curls'

    Echeveria ‘Blue Curls’ is a rosette-forming succulent with a striking appearance. Its broad, wavy leaves are a shimmering blue-green, edged with ruffled pinkish-red margins. The dense rosettes can grow up to 8 inches in diameter, making it a standout in any collection. Originating from the arid regions of Central America, this Echeveria prefers well-draining soil…