Unit Description: 104 Plants / Tray
|Cultivar:||Duchess of Nuremberg|
Beautiful pink, succulent rosettes which produce interesting flowering bracts in spring and summer.
Height / Spread / Trail
11 x 16cm
June - September
Perfectly suited for planting in gravel gardens, paved areas, rockeries and small containers. Try mixing with other succulents and alpines.
Prefers full sun, or partial shade with moist soil or compost.
To keep this plant over winter it must be kept in a frost free area.
Suggested pot sizes to transplant plugs : 9cm : 11cm : 1 Litre
A wonderful succulent with shiny, dark chocolate brown colouring with inner green markings.
A good form of the increasingly popular bedding plants, with steely grey succulent foliage with bronze tinges and curious flowers in summer.
Fleshy curving lobes, blue-white in colour with delicate flowers extending from the base in summer.
This is a wild selection of the Mexican Salvia microphylla - with small green leaves and unique scarlet-red and white, two-toned flowers. Depending on temperature and moisture these will tend to appear almost completely red or white at any one time, but usually both colours are showing.
A very attractive, slow growing Echeveria that forms very neat symmetrical rosettes of pale whitish-pink grey leaves up to 20cm across. Coral coloured flowers emerge on reddish stems in spring.