Crassulas are an incredibly large and diverse genus of succulent plants with many species, subspecies, varieties and forms hailing from across South Africa. Some are so interesting and pretty that it’s easy to fall into the trap of collecting as many of them as you can! Crassula capitella ’Campfire’ ‘Campfire’ is a truly magnificent rockery […]
Succulents and Cacti
Aloe ‘Peri-Peri’ This aloe is ideal for mass planting as well as small pots and containers. It differs from most aloes as it has an unusually long flowering period. These plants can flower from April through to late July and are a wonderful addition to any garden. This aloe is mostly immune to Aloe Cancer […]
Aloe ‘Firechief’ This aloe flowers a vibrant red making it a very popular choice for adding a bit of colour to your garden. It is reasonably fast growing and begins flowering when young. Individual plants will usually become busy. It’s peak flowering season is between June and July, however random flowering can also occur. It […]
Aloe ‘Porcupine’ Porcupine has a multitude of bright bi-coloured racemes and is perfect for any garden. It can be planted on mass but also thrives in pots or containers. This is a very fast growing plant that suckers a lot and forms clumps. The peak flowering happens in May but this aloe can start flowering […]
‘Aloe Charles’ This statement plant presents as a red to white bi-colour that is stunning. It originated in 2009, grows easily and is perfect for mass planting. It is also ideal for a large rockery or a landscape design. These plants flower from July to early August and are highly resistant to most aloe pests […]
Follow our simple guidelines and plant up your own stunning hanging basket with heat beating plants. Baskets are often suspended under the eaves of a roof where they don’t benefit from rainfall. They remain dry during extended periods of rain, often becoming extremely stressed and ultimately dying off. This often happens to mixed baskets […]
Agave attenuata is easily one of the prettiest of these succulents. Its large rosettes are formed from soft, fleshy, thorn-free leaves of a light, mint-green hue. It lends a cool, tropical appearance to a garden and is often planted close to a swimming pool or alongside rustic garden steps or paths.