We're working overseas again at Komsberg Wilderness Nature Reserve until the end of February, so regular deliveries are suspended. We've got lots of plants coming on which will be ready in the coming spring.
In addition to our exciting range of sempervivums, we also sell a delightful selection of cacti and succulents. These plants can be kept on a sunny windowsill, in a conservatory, or greenhouse. They're also happy outdoors during the summer. Most need to be kept above freezing during the colder months, ideally at a minimum of 5 degrees centigrade. Others can withstand lower temperatures. A few succulent species have been grown from seed obtained at our own Komsberg Wilderness Nature Reserve, which is one of the coldest places in South Africa.
The simple rule with these fascinating plants is "be careful with watering". Once a week is enough - although cacti must be kept completely dry from October to mid-March. Succulents can be lightly watered once a month or so in winter. When re-potting, use the same mixture of soil/gravel as suggested on our "Advice" page for sempervivums.
Here are three customer comments, including two from individuals who have both ordered twice from us: "Lovely plants. Great service." PM, West Yorkshire, May 16th 2018. "The plants look amazing." GT, London, May 25th 2018. "The plants were of exceptional quality as was the service." PB, Surrey, 23rd November 2018.