Succulents have become increasingly popular over the years as they are so tough and hardy.

Not only do they require little maintenance, they provide interesting foliage colour and texture to the garden.

Perhaps some of the best succulents would be Senecio ‘Chalksticks’ – Stunning foliage colour which makes a fantastic groundcover and looks great mass planted.

  • Echeverias – These rosette forming succulents come in many shapes and colours and are perfect for using as a border plant or as a feature in decorative pots.
  • Aloes– These tough architectural plants look striking planted in coastal gardens and amongst rusty garden ornaments and flower colour ranges from pale pinks/yellows to bright reds.
  • Pigface – An oldie but a goodie! These plants are tough and form colourful living mulch with little to no love required.
  • Sedums – From low growing mat forming varieties to the stunning ‘Autumn Joy’ Sedums are a great addition to the garden blending perfectly with a range of different garden styles.
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