Grows Best In:
Sun to Part Sun
We have a great variety of collector's series succulents, aloe, and cacti available.
Succulent plants, also known as fat plants, are water-retaining plants adapted to arid climates or soil conditions. Succulent plants store water in their leaves, stems, and also in roots. Geophytes that survive unfavourable periods by dying back to underground storage organs such as tuberous roots, corms, bulbs, and rhizomes, may be regarded as succulents.
There are many different varieties under the succulent family, including Echeveria, Euphorbia, Sempervivum (Hens and Chicks), and Aeonium.
Included in our succulent collection are our assorted Cacti, Agave, and Ornamental Aloe! These prickly plants are ready for a bright location in the house. Our traditional medicinal aloe come in 4" pots which always tend to sell out early.
We have Tillandsia (Air Plants) as well! Air Plants are extremely trendy and easy to grow—if you remember a few simple tips for their care!
These beauties like bright, filtered light, and with higher humidity, higher light will be tolerated.
In the dry Okanagan conditions, Tillandsia will require a 1-2 hour soaking every week or two, as misting will not provide sufficient moisture.
Allow the air plant to thoroughly dry after soaking with no residual pooling in the crown when you reattach or replace it. Air Plants love good air circulation.