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Eye-catching and easy-care, this look features a succulent mix of cactus and tough sculptural plants that will survive those days – or weeks – you forget to water them.

The plants in this look


A sculptural and tough succulent.


A sculptural addition to any garden.

Aloe vera

World-renowned for its healing qualities.

Bird of paradise

As tough as nails and tolerates exposed conditions and serious neglect.

Century plant

A succulent plant which tolerates tough love!

Chalk sticks

A hardy and easy to grow plant.

Dragon Tree

One of the un-killables!


A colourful addition to any sunny outdoor space.

Hedge cactus

The ultimate plant for the hottest and driest spots. Beware of spikes!

Hen and Chickens

Can be grown indoors in very well lit areas only.

Jade or Money tree

A tough-as-nails succulent.

Mother-in-laws tongue

Grows well in both full sun and heavy shade and requires minimal water.

Night blooming cactus

The large white flowers bloom only at night.


Loves lots of sun and can live for over 100 years. Great for pots.

Panda Plant

A great addition to a sensory garden, low maintenance once established.

Pigs Ear

A great container plant for a sunny outdoor area.

Ponytail palm

A slow grower with a trunk that develops a very swollen base over time.

Silver Spoons

A gorgeous feature plant in a sunny outdoor spot.

Star fish flower

A tough plant for pots in well lit areas, doesn't like lots of water.

String of beans

Looks best in a hanging basket. Can be grown indoors in well lit areas. Careful not to overwater.


Great in hanging baskets and small pots.



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