This is a new, growing section of species from the family Crassulaceae. There are about 1,400 species in 33 genera and their distribution is worldwide, but mostly occur in the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Africa, especially in dry habitats. Here you can buy healthy, sun-hardened plants grown in the Canary Islands and shipped to your home.
Beautiful Adromischus with erect branches and round-spathulate leaves, coated with a blueish-grey wax. It bears in summer relatively large flowers with purple mid-stripes.This clone was collected in Robertson, in the Western Cape and recorded as CG62.
Large, branched, cont.= 8,5 cm - A slow growing South African species with swollen purple leaves, with grey-purple blotches, and undulating leaf apex. It will enjoy some light shade in the hottest months.
Large, Branched Plant - Easy but slow South African succulent with "hairy" stems. These hairs are showy reddish-brown aerial roots. This clone has spathulate leaves with apical margin undulate.
This Adromischus has long grey leaves, more or less spotted, on erect stems. It is another variable species of this interesting genus.
This is a low-growing Adromischus, densely branching, with grey-green pointed leaves, only mildly mottled. This South African species has the widest geographical distribution in the genus.
Weird beauty from the South African desert. It is a must for collectors of Crassulaceae or extreme succulent plants. This Adromischus has short dark leaves with an incredibly rough surface which is a masterpiece of nature. It changes colours through the seasons from green to brown, red or more.
Pot = 8,5 cm. Variable species native to South Africa. It forms clusters with thick, silvery green leaves. This form has ovate-pointed leaves with abundant reddish speckles, tending to become more intense in bright light.
A garden selection with leaves stained with purple tips and spots.
h= 10 cm - Cont.= 8,5 cm. The black aeonium is an old classic cultivar. Rosettes have burgundy-black leaves and the bright yellow inflorescence make a showy contrast.
A beautiful variegated selection, well-striped in different tones of jade. It is one of the smallest species of Aeonium but it branches with multiple offsets. It is a tender soft succulent, and will not tolerate frost.
Robust, rooted, unbranched plant. An incredible rainbow of colour! This aeonium is the boldest of all. Each leaf has a painting of dark green, jade, white and pink.
Variegated AND crested. This plant is truly unusual and will slowly become a bonsai-like tree structure. The natural form of this species is originally native to the Canary Islands.
Colourful selection of a branched Aeonium, with "rainbow" rosettes. Easy growing, it is probably a clone of the widespread A. decorum, native to the island of La Gomera, in the Canary Islands.
Beautiful succulent plant endemic to Tenerife. This species of Aeonium does not branch, it grows upright and it bears a huge piramidal inflorescence. "Urbicum" means "urban", because it is often seen growing among tiles on the roofs of the city of La Laguna, in an "urban environment".
Colourful classic hybrid, germinated in 1976 in Southern California by Jack Catlin, who crossed Aeonium canariense with Aeonium arboreum 'Zwartkop'.
h= 10 cm - Cont.= 8,5 cm. It is a spectacular American hybrid of Aeonium decorum. It is characterised by the yellow band along the centre of its leaf. It ends with pink serrated edges. The rosette can be up to 30 cm wide.
NEW ! - Cotyledon orbiculata 'Rose', is a cultivated clone with especially wavy leaves, with rose-coloured margins. A real beauty, hardy to about - 6 C.
Beautiful and easy to grow crassula with blue-green leaves with red tips and showy orange flowers.
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