Cactus and Succulents - Part Shade

Haworthia tessellata

H. venosa ssp. tessellata
Haworthiopsis tessellata

Rosette of green triangular leaves that can flush copper when moderately stressed by bright sun and drought. The flattened leaf tops have a checkered mosaic of translucent “leaf windows” that help the plant tolerate low light conditions. White blooms in spring.

Haworthia truncata

Fan-shaped, flat-topped, stemless; Barely above ground. Often found as hybrids.

Hoodia gordonii

Stems to 12″ tall, clumps of many spiny branches. Tan to Burgundy carrion flowers. Stems are eaten as an appetite suppressant by the San people of the Namib. Very low water.

Hoya australis

Thick waxy green leaves on hanging vine, small wax-flowers. Fragrant.

Hoya bella

Thick waxy small green leaves on hanging vine

Hoya carnosa

Thick waxy leaves on a pendulous vine, pink wax flowers

Hoya carnosa “Krinkle”

Thick waxy leaves on a pendulous vine, pink wax flowers. This variety has a pronounced textured surface to the leaves.

Hoya collina

Vining succulent, yellow wax-flowers with red centers. Small round leaves with white splotches

Hoya curtisii

Small spotted leaves, rounded coming to a point at the tip.

Hoya kerrii

Thick heart-shaped leaves on pendulous vine; wax blooms

Hoya krohniana

Small round leaves coming to a point at the tip. Vining to 10-12″ long. Large pink wax flowers.

Hoya longifolia

Vining succulent with long narrow thick string-bean like leaves and pinkish white wax flowers. Cascading vines to 6ft+ long.

Hoya nummularioides

Flowers are small and very fragrant. Easy to grow, indoor or in a protected spot like a covered porch, but cannot handle a freeze.