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Succulents « Flora Jubilee


Available as unrooted cuttings or potted:  ranging in size from 9cm to 19.5cm.
Please email sales@florajubilee.co.za for a current availability list.


Mainly native to the Canary Islands, they form small shrubs of multiple waxy rosettes on a basal stem. The leaves of many species have attractive variations. Aeonium are winter growers and require regular water during the growing season and only an occasional light watering during summer. For their best colour they need full winter sun but shade them during summer. Not frost hardy below -1° C.

Aeonium Nigrum

Aeonium Green


A very large genus of approximately 450 species, Aloes come from Africa, Arabia and Madagascar. These summer growers need light shade to filtered sun and limited water during winter which is their dormant period.  Drought tolerant but frost sensitive, they need a slightly acidic soil (pH 5-6).  The aloe Squarosa forms a lovely groundcover.

Aloe Aristata

Aloe Squarosa

Aloe Brevifolia


Native to South African and Madagascar, these succulents vary in size and colour.  Easy to grow and drought tolerant, they need a fair amount of sun.  Some varieties become large shrubs, which makes them ideal for landscaping purposes.

Crassula Minor
Crassula Variegated

Crassula Horntree

Crassula Ovata


Native to the America’s, this is most probably the most popular of the succulents due to their range of colours and shapes.  The prettiest of succulents, they are prized by collectors.  Also known as desert roses, they are often used in floral displays and are popular with brides as wedding favours.  Growing to up to a width of 50cm, they make a stunning display when in full bloom.  With a shallow root system, they require good level s of organic matter and full sun.

Echeveria Agavoides

Echeveria Blue Bird

Echeveria Canadian

Echeveria Dark Red

Echeveria Dicks Pink

Echeveria Domingo

Echeveria Elegance Rosea

Echeveria Elegance

Echeveria Giant Blue

Echeveria Imbricata

Echeveria Lilacina

Echeveria Pearl von Nurenberg

Echeveria Palusida

Echeveria Pink Frills

Echeveria Purpureum

Echeveria Purpureum Red

Echeveria Red Prince

Echeveria Setosa

Echeveria Shaviana Pink

Echeveria Blue Prince


Native to the Eastern Cape Province, these succulents have thick, hard tongue-shaped leaves. They thrive in light shade and sandy, well-drained soil.

Gasteria Little Warty

Gasteria Flo


Native to South Africa, these succulents have attractive leave patterns.  Spring/autumn growers, they are dormant over summer and require semi-shade or filtered sun.

Haworthia Limifolia

Haworthia Concolour

Haworthia Pentagona

Haworthia Coarctata

Haworthia Green


Native to the northern hemisphere with a few varieties in the southern hemisphere, these succulents form lovely groundcovers.  The leaves of some varieties turn red when exposed to full sun.  Easy to care for, they require full sun or light shade.

Sedum Adolphii

Sedum Nussbaumerianus