Cactus and Succulents - Part Sun

Clusia orthoneura

Tropical succulent – it can have porcelain-like flowers any time throughout the year. Grows shrubby, 2 to 3 feet potted, but can grow 8 to 10 feet tall in habitat.

Commiphora schimperi

Flaking bark; small flowers appear before the leaves in spring. Fragrant sap is used for perfumes. Will develop a thickened caudiciform trunk and spiny branches. Keep dry in winter.

Corallocarpus bainesii

Tuberous caudex with leafy climbing stems, hairy; tiny red fruits, edible roots. 10 inch across, vines to 6 feet.

Cotyledon “Flavida”

C. orbiculata v. oblonga “Flavida”

Fast growing, with large narrow chalky-white leaf. Long elegant bell shaped peach blooms in late Summer/Fall.

Cotyledon orbiculata

Thick stems, elongated round waxy leaves, white with red tips in full sun, green in shadier conditions. Mounding to 4 feet.

Cotyledon orbiculata “Silver Star”

C. orbiculata “Silver Star”

Thick stems, elongated round waxy leaves, white with red tips in full sun, green in shadier conditions. Shrubby growth habit.

Cotyledon orbiculata “Winter Red”

Stunning shrub with thick oval leaves, powder white with red edging if grown in full sun, more green in part shade. Long elegant bell-shaped red flowers in Winter. Deer resistant.

Crassula “Pangolin”

A John trager hybrid, C. barklyi x (C. perfoliata var. minor x C. tecta)

Small stacked leaves, readily branches often laying down. Creamy white flowers.

Crassula brevifolia

Readily branching, very low growing sub-shrub. Leaves will get a red edge in full sun.