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Succulents

Succulents are plants of arid regions that have the ability to store considerable amounts of water in their stems (like cacti, many Euphorbia or baobabs), leaves (like Agave or Aloe), or roots (such as Ravenea xerophila or the dwarf Strelitzias).

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Acanthocalycium klimpelianum
Acanthocalycium klimpelianum
= Acanthocalycium peitscherianum
A solitary cactus that forms a small, rounded, heavily armed body and white flowers with a pinkish hue. It is native to the Andes in northwestern Argentina between 1000 and 1500 m...
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Acanthocalycium spiniflorum
A solitary cactus that forms a small, rounded, heavily armed body and white flowers with a pinkish hue. It is native to the Andes in northwestern Argentina...
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Adenium multiflorum – Impala Lily
A dry deciduous or evergreen, succulent shrub to about 3 m tall, native to dry wood or grassland in southern Africa to 1200 m. It forms a thick, swollen, smooth trunk with only a few branches, each of which holds a terminal tuft of small simple leaves. In winter, during the plants leafless stage, ma..
From EUR 6.40 In Stock
Adenium obesum – Desert Rose
A dry deciduous or evergreen, succulent shrub to about 3 m tall, widely distributed in dry regions from subsaharan Africa to the Arabian Peninsula. It forms a thick, swollen, smooth trunk with only a few branches, each of which holds a terminal tuft of small simple leaves and a few very pretty, brig..
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Aeonium aureum – Canary Golden Mountain Rose
A stunning, small succulent, native to the Canary Islands to 2000 m elevation, where it is found on steep, rocky slopes or cliffs. It forms a small, very compact and mildly clustering rosette of broad, grayish green leaves that usually have a more or less pronounced red hue. In cultivation it is bes..
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Aeonium ciliatum
This Aeonium from Tenerife in the Canary Islands grows into small shrub with a sparsely branching stem and flatish rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped leaves. ..
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Aeonium davidbramwellii
A low growing succulent from the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands, where it grows in the understory of pine woodlands to 1000 m elevation. It forms a low shrub with sparsely branching stems and large, flatish rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped leaves with reddish margins. The relatively lar..
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This smaller Aeonium native to Tenerife in the Canary islands forms branching stems topped by small rosettes of diamond-shaped bluish leaves...
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An upright, sparsely branching, succulent shrub, usually to about 1 m (3 ft.) tall, native to Tenerife in the Canary Islands, with greenish gray branches, showy rosettes of light green leaves and pyramidal panicles of bright yellow flowers. An excellent ornamental for warm-temperate climates, Aeoniu..
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A magnificent, compact, densely branching succulent with compact rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves, found exclusively on dry Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, where it is rather rare and endangered...
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Aeonium percarneum
A lovely small shrub to about 1 m tall, native to Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands to 1300 m. It sports a sparsely branching stem, fairly large rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped, bluish green leaves with reddish margins and compact whitish inflorescences. In cultivation it is best suited to fros..
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Aeonium spathulatum
A popular species from the Canary Islands with branching stems and rosettes of small spoon-shaped leaves...
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Aeonium undulatum
A larger Aeonium from Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands between 300 and 1500 m with a sparsely branching stem to 2.5 m tall and succulent, spoon-shaped leaves that form flatish rosettes to an astonishing one meter in diameter. The conical inflorescence holds countless yellow flowers...
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Agave abisaii
An attractive plant, this moderate Agave from limestone outcrops in dry forests in southern Jalisco, Mexico to 1600 m, forms a loose rosette that can reach a diameter of about 1.5 m. The leaves are soft, fleshy, light green and bluish towards the base. This is not a desert plant and appreciates a wa..
From EUR 6.10 In Stock
Agave albescens – Guantanamo Bay Agave
A rare, medium-sized Agave that forms a weakly clustering, beautiful, dense rosette of many broad, bluish gray leaves with a rough surface and attractive, small, dark spines along the margins. It is native to eastern Cuba, where it grows in dry scrubland on rocky limestone slopes not far from the se..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
Agave albopilosa – White Tuft Agave
Originally discovered in 1997, this captivating dwarf Agave has caused quite a stir among enthusiasts after the publication of its scientific description as a new species in 2007, and it has remained perhaps the most highly coveted of all Agave, but at the same time generally unavailable. Agave albo..
From EUR 22.10 In Stock
Agave andreae
This beautiful, large, solitary Agave from limestone outcrops in dry forests in southwestern Michoacán, Mexico around 1400 m, forms a loose rosette that can reach a diameter of up to 3.6 m. The leaves are soft, fleshy, light green and bluish towards the base, with slightly undulate margins. This is ..
From EUR 6.80 In Stock
Agave angustiarum
A moderately large, robust, Agave from southwestern Mexico, where it grows on cliffs and rocky outcrops between 600 and 1500 m. It forms an open rosette with relatively few, stiff, pale green to glaucous leaves that can reach to 80 cm long...
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Agave applanata – Maguey de Ixtle
A stunning, rather large Agave with broad, stiff, silvery blue leaves that are in striking contrast to the black thorns around its edge. It is a slow grower but hardy to drought and intense heat. It is widely distributed in Mexico and best suited for the dry tropics and some warm temperate climates...
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Agave asperrima subsp. maderensis
Native to the Mexican state of Coahuila between 1850 and 2000 m (6100 and 6600 ft.), this subspecies differs from A. asperrima ssp. asperrima in its solitary habit and shorter, relatively smooth, yellowish-green leaves. A very hardy plant that can take drought and severe freezes. ..
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Agave asperrima subsp. potosiensis – Potosí Agave
A midsized Agave from Querétaro and San Luis Potosi, Mexico, that is probably better known as Agave scabra ssp. potosiensis. It has heavily armed, broad, bluish-green to silvery blue leaves. Although tolerant of moderate freezes, it would probably be best suited for the dry tropics and warm temperat..
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A large Agave that forms a stunning rosette, to 4 m (13 ft.) wide, with huge, bluish-gray green leaves with attractive reddish thorns. It is one of the largest Agave, native to Oaxaca, Mexico, but known only from cultivation, not from the wild. It does best in a warm temperate climate, where it need..
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Agave attenuata subsp. attenuata – Fox Tail Agave
One of the most attractive and popular Agaves, this species from western and central Mexico has very wide, unarmed, fleshy and soft, pale green to blue green leaves with a felty surface, and forms a leaning or creeping trunk with age. A great plant for frost-free subtropics and for indoor cultivatio..
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Agave attenuata subsp. dentata – Soft Agave
This medium to large Agave with a diameter of up to 140 cm (55 in.) is native to the Mexican States of Sinaloa, Durango, Nayarit and Jalisco, where it grows on the faces of sheer cliffs of volcanic origin. It has beautiful, thick, soft, thornless, light bluish-green leaves and can form a trunk with ..
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Agave aurea var. capensis – Golden Cape Agave
A moderately large, clustering Agave native to desert scrub on barren, rocky soils on the southernmost Baja California peninsula in northwestern Mexico below 300 m. It forms a rosette to 1.2 m in diameter of ascending, pale bluish or yellowish-green leaves which are fiercely armed along the edges. I..
From EUR 7.80 In Stock
Agave aurea – Golden Agave
A large Agave native to the Baja California peninsula in Mexico that forms a rosette of attractively arching, succulent, bluish or yellowish-green leaves in the manner of the famed Agave vilmoriniana. It can reach to 2 m (7 ft.) in diameter...
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Agave avellanidens
A nice, medium-sized Agave from Baja California Norte, Mexico, that forms a compact rosette to 140 cm (5 ft.) in diameter of many wide, lime green, well armed leaves. It is extremely dought tolerant and can take some cold. It is quite similar to and difficult to distinguish from Agave shawii ssp. go..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
Agave bovicornuta – Cowhorn Agave
A beautiful, large Agave from pine-oak-forest in the highlands of the Mexican States of Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Sonora and Durango, that forms a compact rosette of broad, rich green leaves rimmed with attractive red thorns. Hardy to frost and drought...
From EUR 5.30 In Stock
Agave bracteosa – Squid Agave
An unusual, small, clustering Agave from steep limestone canyons of the Sierra Madre Oriental in the Mexican States of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon between 900 and 1700 m (3000 and 5500 ft.). The small rosettes holds numerous soft, very finely toothed, recurved, mid-green leaves, tapering from the base t..
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Agave cerulata subsp. cerulata
This smaller Agave from the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico forms densely clustering rosettes to 80 cm (3 ft.) in diameter with few, bluish-gray green leaves. It is a very easy and rewarding plant to grow, tolerant of drought and some cold, and appreciates a place in full sun in any warm tempera..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
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Aloe barberae – Tree Aloe
From EUR 5.10   In Stock

The largest of all Aloe can grow into a veritable tree that can reach more than 18 m tall and forms a thick, massive trunk to 3 m in diameter. The crown is much branched in the fashion of a dragon tre...

Agave parryi subsp. parryi – Parry's Agave
From EUR 4.90   In Stock

A spectacular smallish, compact species that forms tight rosettes of up to 160 broad, silvery gray to pale green leaves. Native to the southwestern U.S. from southeastern Arizona to southwestern New M...

Commiphora kraeuseliana – Golden Corkwood
From EUR 19.00   In Stock

This incredibly beautiful, well branched shrub forms a spreading crown of ferny, pinnate leaves that have narrow, needle-like leaflets. The larger branches are covered in smooth, peeling, grayish to g...

Strelitzia reginae – Orange Bird of Paradise
From EUR 5.20   In Stock

This gorgeous, small Strelitzia from southern and eastern South Africa has short, dividing, underground rhizomes that produce a dense cluster of leathery, glaucous leaves, creating a bushy appearance....

Strelitzia juncea – Leafless Bird of Paradise
From EUR 7.10   In Stock

Strelitzia juncea is a most unusual and much sought after species that does not develop a leaf blade, only the bluish leafstalks remain. The beautiful orange and blue flowers look identical to those o...

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