Asplenium Flabellifolium 'Necklace Fern'

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Aeonium Sunburst

Attractive large Aeonium with heads to 20cm across, growing to 60cm. Plants can easily be cut to maintain shape; new heads for at the cut point. Mature stems can produce large masses of bright yellow flowers.

Position - full sun or partial shade. Great in gardens, borders, rockeries or pots. Indoors only in sunny positions otherwise they will lose their nice shape and colour.

Watering - can be watered all year round and grow fastest in the winter months. Plants will survive without water for short periods.

Feeding - 25% of recommended dosage monthly in growing period. The less food, the better the shape of the plant. Fertilisers high in nitrogen can produce larger plants with less colour.

Repotting - can be left to overgrow their pots, or repotted in the warmer months in almost any well drained potting mix.

Aeonium arboreum - variegated

Attractive variegated form of arboreum producing heads to 12cm across. Numerous offsets appear a the pant grows to form a short compact scrub; new heads for at the cut point. Mature stems can produce large masses of bright yellow flowers in autumn.

Position - full sun or partial shade. Great in gardens, borders, rockeries or pots. Indoors only in sunny positions otherwise they will lose their nice shape and colour.

Watering - can be watered all year round and grow fastest in the winter months. Plants will survive without water for short periods.

Feeding - 25% of recommended dosage monthly in growing period. The less food, the better the shape of the plant. Fertilisers high in nitrogen can produce larger plants with less colour.

Repotting - can be left to overgrow their pots, or repotted in the warmer months in almost any well drained potting mix.

Agave victoria reginae 'The Queen Agave'

HARDY | LOW MAINTENANCE | DROUGHT TOLERANT

Very slow growing, compact succulent. Solitary head will reach 40cm in 30 to 50 years. Plant in god well drained soil. Outdoors in pots or garden. Indoors in direct sun. Full sun or partial shade. Water when almost dry in summer, less often in winter. Frost hardy. May flower from 10 years of age. Solitary habit no maintenance required. Shape will be more compact in poor soils or full sun.

Agave geminiflora

This attractive species produces fine needle-like leaves covered in white curly hairs as it matures. Plants are very slow growing but will eventually reach 40 to 70cm across after 15 to 20 years. This species is extremely hardy and will tolerate frosts.

Position - full sun or partial shade. Great in gardens, borders, rockeries or pots. Indoors only in well-lit positions.

Watering - can be watered all year round, with most growth over summer months. Plants will survive without water for many months but will do better if watered wall year.

Feeding - 25% of recommended dosage monthly in growing period from spring to autumn.

Repotting - can be left to overgrow their pots, or repotted in the warmer months in almost any well drained potting mix.

Agave Stricta Nana 'Dwarf Agave'

HARDY | LOW MAINTENANCE | DROUGHT TOLERANT

Slow growing, compact succulent. Solitary head will read 15 to 20cm in 3 to 5 years. Plant in good, well drained soil.

Outdoors in pots or gardens.

Indoors in bright sun. Full sun or partial shade.

Water in warmer months only.

Will tolerate light frosts. Will not flower.

Solitary habitat, no maintenance required.

Shape will be more compact in poor soils or full sun.

Aloe humilis 'Blue Dwarf Aloe'

Very popular compact Aloe species with heads maturing at 10cm to 12cm. Plants are covered in soft white spines creating a very stunning effect. In winter orange flowers appear on flower stems of 30 to 40cm and last 5 to 6 weeks.

Position - full sun or partial shade. Great in gardens, borders, rockeries or pots. Indoors only in well-lit positions otherwise the will lose their nice shape and colour. Will tolerate darker positions but will elongate and not product offsets.

Watering - can be watered all year round and grows most of the year. Plants will survive without water for many months.

Feeding - 25% of recommended dosage monthly in growing period. The less fertiliser, the better the shape of the plant. Fertilisers high in nitrogen can produce larger plants with less colour.

Repotting - can be left to overgrow their pots, or repotted in the warmer months in almost any well drained potting mix.

Aloe broomii

This attractive species produces a single head between 40 and 60cm across eventually forming a short stem. A single 60cm flower spike appears in late winter carrying hundreds of yellow or red flowers in a tight formation.

Position - full sun or partial shade. Great in gardens, borders, rockeries or pots. Indoors only in well-lit positions. Will tolerate frosts but will require a well drained soil.

Watering - can be watered all year round with most growth over summer months. Plants will survive without water for may months but will do better if watered all year.

Feeding - 25% of recommended dosage monthly in growing period from spring to autumn.

Repotting - can be left to overgrow their pots, or repotted in the warmer months in almost any well drained potting mix.

Aloe 'Pink Blush'

This attractive hybrid has been bred for its amazing leaf structure, colours and spine patterns. Over the past 20 years many new and exciting cultivars have been developed for the collector. 'Pink Blush' is best grown as a pot plant.

Position - partial shade in protected areas outdoors or in sunny indoor positions. Not suited for gardens. In darker positions the may lose their nice shape and colour.

Watering - 'Pink Blush' can be watered all year round but care must be taken to make sure they dry out soon after watering. Shallow pots will help with this. Most growth is over the summer months. Plants will survive without water for many months but will do better if watered regularly over the warmer months.

Feeding - 25% of recommended dosage monthly in growing period. The less fertiliser the better the shape of the plant. Fertilisers high in nitrogen can produce larger plants with less colour.

Repotting - can be left to overgrow their pots, or repotted in the warmer months in almost any well drained potting mix.

Aloe peglerae

This rare attractive species produces a single head between 20 and 40cm across without forming stems. A single 60cm flower spike appears in late winter carrying hundreds of red flowers.

Position - full sun or partial shade. Great in gardens, borders, rockeries or pots. Indoors only in well-lit positions. Will tolerate frosts but will require a well-drained soil.

Watering - can be watered all year round, with most growth over summer months. Plants will survive without water for many months but will do better if watered all year.

Feeding - 25% of recommended dosage monthly in growing period from spring to autumn.

Repotting - can be left to overgrow their pots, or repotted in the warmer months in almost any well drained potting mix.

Aloe 'Walmsleys Blue'

HARDY | LOW MAINTENANCE | DROUGHT TOLERANT

Slow growing specimen succulent. Heads 15cm across with masses of offsets. Plant in any soil type.

Outdoors in pots or garden.

Indoors in any well lit position, very hardy. Best in partial shade.

Water when almost dry in summer, less often in winter.

Frost hardy.

Not known to flower. Offsets may form once mature, easily separated.

Plants will remain compact in poor soils and low food levels.

Aloe 'Quicksilver'

COLLECTORS ITEM | LOW MAINTENANCE | DROUGHT TOLERANT

Slow growing specimen succulents. Mature plant is 12 to 15cm across, slowing growing. Plant in a good succulent mix.

Outdoors in pots under cover.

Indoors in any well lit position, very hardy. Partial shade.

Water when almost dry in summer, less often in winter.

Protect from severe frost.

Tall stems appear with small red bell flowers most of the year. Offsets may form once mature, easily separated.

Plants will remain compact in poor soils and low food levels.

​Arizona Snowcap 'Mammillaria gracilis cultivar'

BEGINNERS PLANT | LOW MAINTENANCE | DROUGHT TOLERANT

Miniature clustering succulent. Small 5cm heads will produce numerous small offsets. Plant in cacti or succulent mix only. Pots only, covered outdoors. Indoors in sunny position. Must be kpet out of rain. Water when almost dry in summer, seldom in winter. Will tolerate light frosts. Small white flowers appear in cooler months. Compact clustering habit. Plants may be kept in small pots for many years.

​Azure Torch

HARDY | LOW MAINTENANCE | DROUGHT TOLERANT

Slow growing upright cylindrical cactus to 2 metres. Upright with occasional branches from base. Plant in well drained area.

Outdoors in pots or garden.

Indoors in windows. Full sun or partial shade.

Growth is controlled by pot size watering and feeding. Frost hardy. Flowers appear only on older specimens. Stems may be cut and regrown. Plants will remain much smaller in pots.

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