Easy Succulents – delightful, beautiful succulent plants for your home and garden which are easy to grow, including Echeveria, Sedum, Graptopetalum, Graptosedum, and a few other succulents.
We also sell a few herbs including Mint and Salvia.
We have a few larger succulent plants potted in clay pots (available for reserve and collect only) and we have a selection of smaller plants and rooted cuttings which can be posted to you. At the moment the choice is limited, but we do have more plants at various stages of propagation so there should be more available soon.
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Hardy Garden Succulents
- Salvia elegans “Honey Melon” with red flowers, in clay pot£15.00
- Salvia microphylla (Blackcurrant Sage) with red flowers, in clay pot£15.00
- Salvia elegans “Honey Melon” red flowers (small plant)Product on sale
- Spearmint plantProduct on sale
- Peppermint plantProduct on sale
- Ginger mint plantProduct on sale
- Apple mint plantProduct on sale
Many Sedum plant varieties are hardy in the UK, and are often grown as garden plants: in garden borders, in a rockery, or for ground cover. Sedums are found mostly in the Northern Hemisphere, including Europe, Asia and North America.
Graptopetalum and Graptosedum
Graptopetalum plants which originate from South America. They are tender plants and require a good amount of sunlight and well drained compost/grit to grow well. Graptosedum are a hybrid of Graptopetalum and Sedum, and share the characteristics of both parents. Graptopetalum paraguayense is a beautiful succulent which will grow down over the side of the pot with long branching stems which have a terminal rosette of leaves.
Echeveria originate from Mexico and the surrounding areas of South America and southern Central America. They are tender plants which require a good amount of sunlight and well drained compost/grit to grow well. They are not fully hardy in the UK, but some varieties can be grown outside in warm, sheltered sites, but they may need winter protection.
Kalanchoe originate from Madagascar and tropical Africa. They are not hardy in the UK, and are usually grown as houseplants. They need good light and well drained compost.
Aeoniums (or tree houseleek) originate from the Canary islands, Eastern African and Madiera. Most grow to form small tree-like branching plants with terminal rosettes. They can be grown outside in the summer, but are not hardy in the UK and will need to come indoors during winter.
Pachyphytum and Pachyveria
Pachyphytum originate from Mexico and the surrounding areas of South America and southern Central America. They are tender plants and require a good amount of sunlight and well drained compost/grit to grow well. They are not hardy in the UK, and will need to come indoors in winter. Pachyveria are a hybrid cross of Pachyphytum and Echeveria.