This striking and award- winning succulent, with its thick, rounded paddle-shaped leaves is also known as red pancake, because the leaves frequently take on a reddish or deep pink tint during the winter.
Snake plants, sometimes referred to as mother-in-law's-tongue, are some of the toughest plants you can find. Whether indoors, in your garden or on your balcony, these spiky beauties can put up with almost anything. .
A silver succulent that forms a small, clumping bush. Its oblong leaves are covered in white, waxy hairs that give it a “dusty” look. Small pink flowers bloom in the Spring. *Can be toxic to people and pets.
An indigenous trailing succulent. The growth habit is upright when young but when it gets about 30cm tall it will fall over and begin to trail. The tubular leaves are long and a gorgeous blue color. Can be grown as a groundcover in warm winter areas or it is dazzling in a planter with mixed succulents.
A dramatic container plant this single-stemmed dwarf agave forms a dense, symmetrical rosette with narrow, sharp tipped, dark green leaves. Unlike other agaves these are not armed with thorns around their edges (but be careful for the spiky tips!) Instead the leaves look as if it is exuding tangled white threads.
The 'Grande' version of the spekboom has slightly larger leaves than the rest of its family. This versatile plant is considered by many to be a miracle plant and is highly regarded for its ability to fight climate change. This plant acts like a carbon sponge and statistics indicate that a spekboom thicket is 10 times more effective per hectare in carbon fighting than any rainforest
This is a beautiful, clumping succulent with lavender-grey foliage with a pearlescent overlay. It is especially useful in containers or mixed with other succulents. Tubular pink blooms form on pink stems.
An extremely low maintenance plant ideal for indoors and popular for its architectural foliage. Has slightly more compact, but still upright, bladed foliage with striking contrasted foliage. A superb air purifier for indoor spaces..
Senecio serpens is a dwarf semi-trailing succulent, with cylindrical blue-green leaves. This low-growing succulent provides spectacular form and colour in the garden and makes for an interesting groundcover.
These are robust, stocky plants. Perfect if you’re looking for a Sansevieria with all their easy-care qualities, but don’t have the space for one of the taller varieties. A superb air purifier for indoor spaces.
A popular and award-winning succulent shrub with glossy, rounded, fleshy green leaves adorned with golden yellow tips and red edges. Clusters of small white to pale pink flowers bloom from fall to spring. As it ages, the stout grey trunk and limbs become massive and thick.
The smooth, structural, weighty and pleasing cylindrical leaves make this an attention-grabber. This easy-care plant is an incredible houseplant. When grown outdoors, it is best placed in a partially shaded, bright light location.
The golden barrel cactus is armed with golden yellow spines. In its native Mexico, plants can eventually grow to around 90cm wide. It makes an easy to care for plant - feed plants once a month during the growing season, and it does not matter if it dries out from time to time. Be extremely careful not to over water - especially during winter. It makes a real statement when planted one per single contemporary planter. Or, if you have space, to place a set of these in a row in a bed with excellent drainage.