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  1. Cotyledon velutina

    Cotyledon velutina is a hardy, evergreen, drought-resistant, succulent shrub that has smooth, round, grey-green leaves that are edged with red.

    The attractive, umbels of pendulous, tubular, orange-red flowers grow on long stalks and are borne from August to November. The nectar in the flowers attracts birds, bees, butterflies, and other insects.

    It makes a wonderful form plant in pockets in a rockery or in a succulent bed.

    Use as an element of a wildlife garden and it even makes a wonderful container plant.

    Plant in sun or semi-shade in well-drained soil.

    Size up to 1m

  2. Catophractes alexandri

    The Trumpet thorn, Cactophractes alexandri, is a hardy, semi-deciduous, much-branched succulent shrub, or small tree with long slender spines. The small, pale grey leaves are quite wooly and clustered around and sometimes, even on the spines. They give the plant a silvery look. It bears beautiful large, showy, trumpet-shaped flowers that are white and at times tinged with pink. They are sweetly scented and, as they grow in arid areas, bloom after rain from September to November. The flowers are followed by a thick woody capsule which splits to release winged, papery seeds. The empty, woody pods click together in the slightest breeze adding sound to the beauty of this plant.

    Plant in a succulent garden, on banks, in containers or in small groups for a stunning display.

    Plant in full sun or semi-shade.

    Size: up to 3m