Cactus and Succulents - Part Sun

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 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.

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.

Crassula conjuncta

6″ towers of tightly stacked triangular leaves. Red tips in full sun.

Crassula marginalis

C. pellucida v. marginalis

Cascading groundcover, more water in spring/summer

Crassula marnieriana

Red-tipped green leaves are small and thick, lining up along a trailing stem.