Orbea variegata Plants
With its diversity in shape, colour, size and smell the Stapeliads are one of the most interesting groups of succulents to collect and grow. The genus Orbea has beautiful flowers and is one of the easier groups to grow successfully. Even sterile plants with their purple-blotchy stems against various shades of green backgrounds are very attractive. In a rockery, mats of the plants among exposed rocks give a good backdrop for other accent plants such as euphorbias and larger aloes.
Orbea variegata has 4-angled toothed stems that forms a mat. The flowers, which open during autumn are variable, but usually yellow with purple-brown dots.
On the right is a photo of some of the actual plants which are in 7.5cm pots.
These plants will be sent without pots and soil free. We'll remove the plant from the soil as it not only increases postage but also makes the parcel unstable.