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Rhipsalis Baccifera is an evergreen but leafless, succulent, epiphytic plant with hanging stems up to 1.8 metres long.The cactus has pencil thin succulent stems that may reach 6 feet in length. The thick skin of the stems does not produce thorns, but it does have almost imperceptible bumps on the surface of the plant. The Rhipsalis mistletoe cactus is easy to grow and has very minimal needs. It is perfect for the home interior
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Senecio Macroglossus ‘Variegatus’ (Variegated Wax Ivy)
Variegated Wax Ivy (Senecio macroglossus ‘Variegatus’) has shiny, waxy leaves that resemble those of English Ivy but without the headache of spider mites or other pests. The variegated, triangular leaves and plump stems of this climbing vine make for a lush hanging basket or trellised climber in a pot. In bright sun, the white stems and leaf edges blush a beautiful pink and purple that creates a lovely contrast with the green.
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Aloe Descoingsii popular as ‘Aloe Pepe’ is a dwarf leaf-succulents (The smallest of all Aloes) with flattish heads.The leaves are Stiff, short, densely rosulate ovate, curled up into inside, attenuate 3 to 6 cm long, glaucous green to dark grey-green (or earth coloured in full sun) surface rough with many dull white beautiful markings and distinct white cartilaginous marginal teeth, up to 1 mm long, 1-2 mm apart, becoming obsolete toward tips. It produces individual rosettes that will grow up to 2 inches in diameter, with numerous offsets of similar size.
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Euphorbia Tithymaloides Variegata (Varigated Devil’s Backbone)
Euphorbia tithymaloides Variegata also known as Varigated Devil’s Backbone is a thick succulent like plant whose stems grow in a zig-zag direction, back and forth between each leaf. The green and white variegated leaves take on a rosy blush in bright, sunny conditions.