Sempervivum Montanum

Top 8 Reasons Why Succulents Lose Or Change Colour

The succulent world is a colourful one and the palette these mazing plants come in is quite extensive. Some of you already familiar with succulents may have noticed they tend to change colour based how they are grown or what month it is. Sometimes the change in colour can be quite random. Below I’ll explain […]

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Sedum Rubrotinctum Aurora Care and Propagation

Sedum Rubrotinctum Aurora also known as the Pink Jelly Beans or Pork and Beans is brilliant succulent that is a variegated version of the super hardy Sedum Rubrotinctum or Red Jelly Beans . Although this succulent is also tough there are a few tips and tricks to keeping it happy. Below I’ll go through everything […]

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Best Succulents For Full Sun (With Photos)

Succulents are hardy plants and the great majority need at least some exposure to direct sunlight to grow well. But not all succulents are created the same and while some can handle exposure to very hot sun, others can perish. Below is a list of super hardy succulents we grow at our nursery and have […]

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Graptopetalum Paraguayense large clump

Graptopetalum Paraguayense ‘Ghost Plant’ Care & Propagation

Graptopetalum Paraguayense also known as the Ghost Plant, Ghostie, Mother of Pearl or Sedum Weinbergii is a fantastically hardy succulent species native to Mexico. Although this succulent is very hardy there are a few tips and tricks to keeping it happy. Below I’ll go through everything there is to know about Graptopetalum Paraguayense. All advice […]

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succulent cuttings

How To Plant Mail-Order Succulent Cuttings

Ordering plants online is becoming more and more popular, especially since many countries have experienced Covid-19 lockdown. Our nursery is one of many sending succulents and other plants in the mail. While it can be challenging to figure out the perfect way to send plants in a box on a long and often very bumpy […]

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Aeonium Big Bang

Aeonium Big Bang Care & Propagation

Aeonium Big Bang, is a spectacular cultivar with an incredible variegation. Below we will look at everything there is to know about this succulents, including care tips and propagation. DescriptionAeonium Big Bang is a medium sized shrub with the main stem branching out and ending in a rosettes type arrangement. Each rosette can measure up […]

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Why Do Succulents Turn Yellow

Why Do Succulents Turn Yellow?

When succulents change colour suddenly it can be a bit worrying. Most of you will know that many succulents can have different colours coming through depending on influencing factors such as sun exposure, seasons, watering patterns etc. But when succulent leaves turn yellow, for most succulents this means the leaf is dying off. In many […]

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Echeveria Melaco Care & Propagation

Echeveria Melaco is a beautiful cultivar of unknown parentage. This striking succulents is quite easy to grow and a real standout in the garden or arrangements. Below I will cover all there is to know about Echeveria Melaco including growing tips and propagation.DescriptionEcheveria Melaco is a stunning succulent with a rosette type arrangement of leaves. […]

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Pachyveria Clavifolia Orange Flower Succulents

Do Succulents Die After Flowering?

We all love our succulents and the thought of them dying fills us with dread. Succulents can die for many reasons. Sometimes it’s our fault and sometimes it is just nature doing its thing. In this post I will discuss death blooms, monocarpic succulents and what it all means.What is a death bloom in succulents?A […]

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Echeveria Serrana

Echeveria Serrana Care & Propagation

Echeveria Serrana is an exciting hybrid of unknown parentage. This striking plant is quite easy to grow if you know what to look out for. Below I will cover all there is to know about Echeveria Serrana including growing tips and propagation. The advice is based on years of experience of growing Echeveria Serrana in […]

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