Succulents

Adromischus cristatus Wildform (Crassulaceae)

Succulent, 10-15 cm high, compact, with stems covered with brown aerial roots. Leaves spatulate-flat, shiny-green, waved at apex. Flowers...

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Adromischus maculatus (Crassulaceae)

Succulent species up to 15 cm high. Stems not very branched and fibrous roots. Leaves flat, obovate (3-7 cm), with leathery margin,...

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Adromischus mammillaris (Crassulaceae)

Crassulaceae Succulent forming close clumpings up to 15 cm high. Leaves up to 4 cm long, spindle-shaped, bright green in colour. Long...

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Adromischus montis-klingardtii Aurus Mountains (Crassulaceae)

Crassulaceae Succulent. Stems branched up to 20 cm long. Leaves obovate or orbicular, grey-green. Long inflorescences with tubular...

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Aloe affinis (Aloaceae)

Aloaceae This species has leaves arranged in a basal rosette. Leaves green or reddish with darker spots, dried apex and margin with...

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Aloe arborescens ’Yellow Flower’ (Aloaceae)

Aloaceae Very branched shrub with apical rosettes of arched and dentate leaves. High showy inflorescences.Yellow, pendulous flowers....

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Aloe arborescens ’Red Flower’ (Aloaceae)

Aloaceae Very branched shrub with apical rosettes of arched and dentate leaves. High showy inflorescences with several pendoulus red...

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Aloe greatheadii (Aloaceae)

Aloaceae Robust stemless rosette. Leaves green-brownish with white oblong spots arranged in more or less distinct bands. Branched...

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Aloe variegata (Aloaceae)

Aloaceae Stemless rosette. Leaves with a a very marked keel, usually arranged in three ranks, green-brownish, white-spotted,...

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Agave striata var. nana (Asparagaceae)

~ Small succulent with leaves arranged in rosettes. Rosettes compact. Leaves leathery, light green in colour, sharp-pointed at apex and...

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Cissus quadrangularis (Vitaceae)

Vitaceae Unusual succulent climber with stem being square in section. Leaves variable, briefly lasting, small. It climbs by tendrils....

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Cyanotis somaliensis (Tradescantia somaliensis) (Commelinaceae)

Commelinaceae Half-creeping half-succulent. Leaves very dense, closely arranged, oblong-linear, sessile, about 4 x 1 cm in size,...

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Euphorbia symmetrica (Euphorbiaceae)

Almost spherical body larger than high, light green. Long taproot. Very rare. South Africa. Bare root 10 cm pot 

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Fenestraria rhopalophylla CM99 (Mesembryanthemaceae)

Succulent with club-shaped leaves and with transparent window at apex making a small cushion. Flowers white. Northern Cape. Radice...

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Euphorbia milii var. breonii (Euphorbiaceae)

Similar to the type species, but size larger, stems circular in section, spines and flowers bigger. Very beautiful and richly flowering....

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Euphorbia sp. (Euphorbiaceae)

New species, recently discovered. Stems thick, quadrangular, grey-green, very branched. Not very spiny. Flowers yellowish....

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Euphorbia graniticola (Euphorbiaceae)

Branched, ribbed, striped succulent. Big spines linked by a continuous woody shield. White ribs. Very beautiful. From Mozambique to...

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Euphorbia enterophora var. crassa (Euphorbiaceae)

Succulent and antler-shaped shrub with flat green branches. Leaves missing. Slightly pendulous habit. Very ornamental and unusual plant....

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Euphorbia clava (Euphorbiaceae)

Beautiful species with club-shaped stem with tubercles and long leaves near the apex. Cup green flowers. Bare root   14 cm pot   

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Euphorbia aeruginosa (Euphorbiaceae)

Small, shrubby, branched succulent. Stems very ornamental, thin, glaucous-green in colour, rusty-brown around the spines. Spines...

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Euphorbia baioensis (Euphorbiaceae)

Basally branched plant, up to 30 cm high. Stems erect, cylindrical, with 8-10 spiny ribs. Reddish spines. Kenya. Cutting Bare...

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Gasteria baylissiana (Aloaceae)

Clumping species forming groups that are 8 cm in diameter. Leaves 5.5 cm in length and 2-3 cm in width, green with white cartilagineous...

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Gasteria brachyphylla (Aloaceae)

Clumping species up to 25 cm in height and in diameter. Leaves distichous, dark green in colour, densely covered with white spots, 23 cm in...

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Gasteria carinata var. verrucosa (Gasteria verrucosa) (Aloaceae)

South-African species with fan-shaped leaves that are thick and covered with white spots above. Orange flowers with green tip....

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Gasteria croucheri (Aloaceae)

This particular succulent has leaves that are arranged in a rosette (in a fan when young), 20-36 cm x 3-10 cm in size, slendery-triangular...

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Gasteria glomerata (Aloaceae)

This species forms clumpings that are up to 20 cm in diameter. Leaves distichous up to 30 cm long, rough, glaucous green. Flowers...

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Haworthia attenuata (Aloaceae)

The species has leaves that are erect or slightly curved, dark green, flexible and acuminate, covered with tubercles that externally form...

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Haworthia coartata ssp. coartata var. coarctata (Aloaceae)

Stems branched, with dense lanceolate leaves that are succulent, crescent-shaped in section, red if in full sunshine or if exposed to cool...

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Haworthia glabrata (Aloaceae)

Leaves light green, leathery, lanceolate, covered with tubercles of the same colour. Flowers white. Probably it’s a hybrid originated in...

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Haworthia glauca var. herrei (Aloaceae)

The lanceolate blue-green succulent leaves are packed around the stem to make a dense column with a spiky appearance. Bare root   10...

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Haworthia pygmaea var. crystallina (Aloaceae)

Rosette of very succulent leaves, dark green, with truncate transparent tip. Flowers white in small inflorescences. Cape Province. Bare...

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Haworthia reinwardtii f.ma zebrina (Aloaceae)

Stems up to 15 cm in length and 5 cm in diameter (including leaves). Leaves green, densely striped with white. Native of South Africa (Cape...

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Haworthia tortuosa (Aloaceae)

Very variable species, often with stemmed rosettes up to 20 cm high whose leaves are disposed in series to form a spiral. Leaves...

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Haworthia venosa ssp. tessellata (Haworthia tessellata) (Aloaceae)

Rosettes are 10 cm in diameter. Leaves dark green, translucent, longitudinally striped, spirally arranged. Origin: South Africa (Cape...

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Agave striata var. falcata Z66 (Asparagaceae)

~~ Unusual agave with leaves being basal, very narrow, semi-cylindrical, sickle-shaped, very stiff, pointed, glaucous. It forms a...

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Kalanchoe beharensis (Crassulaceae)

Succulent shrub with very large and very velvety leaves. It can reach the height of 6 m. Leaves succulent, grey-green-golden, densely...

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Kalanchoe beharensis f.ma glabra (Crassulaceae)

Rare succulent shrub with very large leaves that are undulate at margins, glaucous, waxy and not velvety like the typical species. It can...

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Plectranthus neochilus (Lamiaceae)

Succulent creeping species, half-procumbent in habit. Leaves rhomboidal, crenate at the apex, fleshy, aromatic. Flowers bilabiate, blue, in...

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Plectranthus socotranum (Lamiaceae)

Small, succulent, very clumping shrub. Leaves galucous green in colour, opposite, fleshy, roundish. Very aromatic. Flowers bilabiate....

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Agave titanota (Asparagaceae)

~~Unusual, elegant species. Leaves bluish-green, fleshy, truncate at apex, covered with papery brown teeth on the margins. Long leathery...

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Sarcostemma insigne (Apocynaceae)

Stems very thin, half-procumbent, cylindrical, 3 mm in section, grey-brownish with white stripes. Flowers 1.5-2 cm in diameter, in small...

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Senecio articulatus (Asteraceae)

Succulent species. Stems up to 60 cm long x 1.5-2 cm in diameter, typically articulate, blue-green spotted with grey. Leaves up to 5 cm...

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Senecio rowleyanus (Asteraceae) (Asteraceae)

Succulent species. Stems prostrate or decumbent, 20-60 cm long, rooting at nodes. Leaves succulent, globose, 8 mm in diameter, light-green...

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Tradescantia navicularis (Callisia navicularis) (Commelinaceae)

  Succulent herbaceous with carinate and distichous leaves. In the branch segments with short internodes the close leaves look like small...

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Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (Aloaceae)

~~Aloe with a stemless rosette. Leaves narrow and long, toothed at the margin, reddish-green in colour, not spotted. The red colour...

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Euphorbia griseola ssp. mashonica (Euphorbiaceae)

~~Succulent shrub up to 3.5 m high. It forms a short trunk with numerous branches. Branches square in section, tubercled, spiny on the...

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Haworthia x cuspidata (Aloaceae)

~~This is a natural hybrid between H. cymbiformis and H. retusa. It has intermediate characteristics between both species. Leaves are very...

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Aeonium arboreum var. atropurpureum (Crassulaceae)

~~ Canarian succulent shrub with light grey-brown stem and leaves that are obovate, tending to turn dark red, in rosettes at the branch...

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Cheiridopsis pillansii SB774 Wildeperderant Mts., South Africa (Mesembryanthemaceae)

~~Small clumping and almost stemless plant whose apex leaves, being succulent and united, assume the shape of a heart with the tip below....

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Haworthia cooperi var. pilifera (Aloaceae)

~~Rosettes of triangular, succulent, keeled, slender, slightly toothed leaves with transparent stripes at apex. S. Africa....

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Adromischus cristatus (Crassulaceae)

~~Succulent, 10-15 cm high, compact, with stems covered with brown aerial roots. Leaves spatulate-flat, shiny-green, waved at apex. Flowers...

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Adromischus cristatus var. zeyheri (Crassulaceae)

~~This variety has lager leaves in comparison to the type species. Stems up to 8 cm long, not very branched and without aerial roots....

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Anacampseros rufescens (Crassulaceae)

~~Small succulent with tuberous roots. Stems dichotomously branched, 5-10 cm long. Leaves green, red below, up to 2 cm long. Bristly white...

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Gasteria bicolor (Gasteria maculata) (Aloaceae)

~~Clumping succulent species, up to 50 cm high. Leaves distichous or spirally arranged, dark green densely spotted with white, up to 40 cm...

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Haworthia herbacea (Aloaceae)

~~Deciduous caudiciform with compound leaves and long racemes of very beautiful, funnel-shaped, coral-red flowers. Well drained soil. Full...

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Yucca baccata (Asparagaceae)

~~Stem not present or procumbent and up to 1.5 m long. Leaves dark green, up to 75 cm long, with filiferous reddish margins and a pungent...

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Haworthia glauca var. glauca (Aloaceae)

~~Leaves 2-3 cm long, glaucous, arranged in a crown on the stem. South Africa (Cape Province). Well drained soil. Half shade or full...

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Sedum hernandezii Mexico (Crassulaceae)

~~Native to Puebla, Mexico. It forms clumps that are rather compact. Stems up to 10 cm in length. Leaves obvallate, subcylindrical, emerald...

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Haworthia fasciata (Aloaceae)

~~ Also known as “zebra haworthia”, this plant has slender rosettes with leaves crossed by horizontal, rised, white stripes. The margin...

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Haworthia limifolia (Aloaceae)

~~Leaves triangular, green, arranged in a spiralled rosette, succulent, leathery, transversally striped with lines in relief. Native to...

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