Plants are our passion at Living Desert Plants. If you’re looking for that extra special or out-of-the-ordinary plant, then you’ve found the right place. Simply select the category below that best fits the description of what you’re looking for, and we’ll help you get started on your new plant journey.
We primarily have a selection of succulents, cacti, caudiciforms, crested and variegated plants available, with a variety of different forms and cultivars of all of the above included. There is also our Plant of the Month, where we highlight one of our favourites every month.
These plants have many protrusions along the stem that resemble human breasts, hence the name. They turn an almost blue when given enough light.
It is a caudex succulent plant that can grow up to 40cm tall with many branches. The stems are covered in round scars called petioles.
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Orbea variegata is a diminutive Stapeliad that forms dense mats over time. This particular plant is the rare crested form of this species.
This plant is also known as a the variegated 'artichoke' cactus due to its appearance. It has layered, triangle shaped protrusions covering its stem.
This unique Gymnocalycium has two separated stems forming a section of monstrose growth in the middle of the plant. It may produce some crested portions.
This unique Gymnocalycium has a stem that contorts in on itself along the central growth point, giving it a jagged appearance.
This crested Euphorbia has a wave-like growth form that grows into large, attractive clumps with time. It may produce the occasional normal stem.
Oricula' is the mutant form of Kalanchoe luciae. These plants have a strange leaf-shape resembling cylinders or tubes. If given enough light, these plants will turn a bright red colour. They form clusters and can grow to about 60cm tall.
Instead of the well known globose shape of the typical Euphorbia obesa, the crested form has flattened, wavy stems. It tends to produce a few normal stems.
This Gymnocalycium has a unique appearance, with jagged and protruding stem lobes giving it an attractive, architecturally pleasing appearance.
This is the variegated form of Echinocereus knippelianus. It has a gray-green stem with attractive yellow variegation. It has a relatively soft stem.
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