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  • Variegated String of Buttons

    Crassula perforata variegata

    The Variegated String of Buttons, also known as Baby’s Necklace, Necklace Vine, Pagoda Plant, Stacked Crassula, or Sekelblaarplakkie, is a charming succulent that can add a touch of whimsy to any indoor or outdoor space. Its botanical name is Crassula perfoliata variegata, and it is native to hot and dry climates in South Africa. One…

  • Variegated String of Hearts

    Ceropegia linearis woodii variegata

    Variegated String of Hearts, Ceropegia linearis woodii variegata, is a stunning succulent that will add a touch of elegance to any space. With its delicate and unique heart-shaped leaves in shades of green and white, it is a popular choice for hanging baskets or as a ground cover. The trailing stems can reach up to…

  • Variegated String of Pearls

    Senecio rowleyanus variegata

    The Variegated String of Pearls is a rare and highly coveted succulent, perfect for any plant enthusiast looking for something unique and special. This South African native is a variation of the beloved String of Pearls, which is a trailing succulent that is ideal for hanging baskets due to its long strands of bead-like leaves,…

  • Vase Haworthia

    Haworthia cassytha viscosa

    Introducing the Vase Haworthia, also known as Haworthia cassytha viscosa. These dainty succulents are small and slow-growing, making them perfect for adding to succulent arrangements or gifting in a pot for the home or office desk. With textured, cupped leaves that curve downward, the Vase Haworthia is a unique and eye-catching addition to any plant…

  • Veldt Grape

    Cissus quadrangularis

    The Cissus quadrangularis, commonly known as Hadjod or Veldt Grape, is a fascinating plant that belongs to both the grape and succulent families. Its foliage resembles that of a grape vine, but with thick, sausage-shaped segments featuring four prominent ribs running the length of each stem. This succulent also produces delicate flowers and small red…

  • Vertical Leaf Senecio

    Senecio crassissimus

    A distinctive perennial subshrub from Madagascar that has unusual and unique colour combinations of purple, green and silver on its long, flat, waxy leaves and thick stems. An erect vertical grower, it reaches around 60cm high and 45cm wide. The large leaves have a characteristic sideways-held appearance. The plant will also produce bright yellow, daisy-like…

  • Vicks Plant

    Plectranthus tomentosa

    This hard-to-find member of the mint family is a soft succulent whose leaves, when crushed, emit a menthol scent very reminiscent of Vicks Vaporub, hence the common name “Vicks Plant”, and in fact the plant can be used medicinally as a decongestant. A rapidly growing upright herb reaching around 50cm tall, its thick, fleshy leaves…

  • Violet Queen

    Echeveria ‘violet queen’

    Introducing the stunning Violet Queen, a beautiful Echeveria hybrid that boasts an eye-catching rosette of greyish leaves with a striking rose pink to mauve coloration, especially in cooler weather. This fast-growing succulent is a cultivar of the Mexican native, Echeveria elegans hybrid, and was created by renowned horticulturalist Edward Orpet. Growing in a low mound…

  • Viride

    Pachyveria 'Viride'

    A gorgeous hybrid plant named “Viride”, this is a cross between Mexican natives Pachyphytum oviferum and Echeveria viride. Its rosettes are formed from plump, fleshy leaves which are grape-shaped or tubular and vary in colour from shades of green to orange and sometimes purple. Leaves can have a protective, pearlescent, powdery coating known as farina,…

  • Wakefieldii

    Euphorbia wakefieldii

    Add a unique touch to your succulent collection with the stunning Wakefieldii, Euphorbia wakefieldii. This dwarf succulent shrublet, native to the Northern Province of Malawi, features stout, five-angled branches with many spines, and tufted, spiny stems with stubby leaves. Its small, bright yellow or red flowers may not be particularly showy, but this plant’s striking…

  • Walking Kalanchoe

    Kalanchoe synsepala dissecta

    The Walking Kalanchoe, also known as Kalanchoe synsepala dissecta, is a stunning succulent that is native to Madagascar. This unique plant is a botanical curiosity with its dissected leaves that are green with rich purple edges. Its distinctive foliage makes it a standout in any collection, but it also produces beautiful creamy white, tubular-shaped flowers…

  • Watch Chain

    Crassula muscosa - compact variety

    Watch Chain, Crassula muscosa, is a unique and textural succulent that will add interest to any space. With its intricate bushy growth habit, it can reach up to 30cm tall and wide. The small light green leaves overlap and stack tightly around the stems, which droop over under their own weight. The flowers are small…

  • Wavy Jade

    Crassula arborescens undulata

    Wavy Jade, also known as Crassula arborescens undulata, is a stunning succulent with eye-catching foliage that can grow up to 1m in height. Its leaves are wavy and have a beautiful shade of green with reddish edges. During colder seasons, this plant blooms with pinkish-white star-shaped flowers that add to its beauty. The Wavy Jade…

  • Wax Plant

    Hoya carnosa

    Plant lovers rejoice! The Wax Plant, also known as Hoya carnosa, is a stunning and versatile succulent that is sure to add a touch of elegance to any indoor or outdoor space. Native to Eastern Asia and Australia, this plant is prized for its attractive waxy foliage and sweetly scented flowers. The Wax Plant is…

  • White Aptenia

    Aptenia geniculiflorais

    The White Aptenia (Aptenia geniculiflora) is a beautiful deciduous perennial succulent that is commonly cultivated for its ornamental qualities. This plant features glossy, fleshy green leaves that are heart-shaped, and it produces self-fertilizing flowers that range from white to pale yellow. Fast-growing and easy to care for, the White Aptenia is a popular choice for…

  • White Aspen Christmas Cactus

    Schlumbergera aspen

    A free-flowering hybrid succulent which has been in cultivation since the early 1800s with Brazilian native parentage. Striking and unusual, the so-called “White Aspen Christmas Cactus” is easy to grow in potplants and hanging baskets, where it will show off its extraordinary snow-white, frilly-edged blooms. Although its serrated carnation-like petals are accented by a red…