Succulents are generally drought tolerant plants that have thick leaves where they store moisture. Although succulent plants are very tolerant of dry conditions, they do need water, especially during the growing season. Succulent garden design should consider the location, soil type, configuration, moisture level, and the types of plants. Some succulents are more drought tolerant than others. Do a little research on the wide variety of succulent shapes and sizes before starting a succulent garden outside.

Below are our top 3 picks of Succulents



or Indian Tree Spurge, is a succulent, spineless shrub or tree with a heavy trunk, with green going into an orange color branches, that are pencil-like. Leaves cluster at the tip of the branches, as do insignificant flowers within showy bracts. It is tropical to semi-tropical by nature and reliably winter hardy.

From R49



known as elephant bush, dwarf jade plant, porkbush and spekboom in Afrikaans, is a small-leaved succulent plant found in South Africa. These succulents commonly have a reddish stem and leaves that are green, but also a variegated cultivar is often seen in cultivation. They are simple to care for and make easy houseplants for a sunny location. In frost-free regions they may be used in outdoor landscaping.

From R52



the Mexican snow ball, Mexican gem or white Mexican rose is a species of flowering plant in the familyCrassulaceae, native to semi-desert habitats in Mexico.

From R40

We stock a wide variety of aloes & succulents, please pop in for a visit or gives us a call to find out more about the various species of succulents we have on offer.

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