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Living wall planters are the latest in vertical garden decor and one of the hottest growing trends in Australia. Living walls are not only highly decorative inside and out, but great for the air quality of your home. Highly recommended by NASA, plants filter toxins...read more
Here at Australian Desert Blooms, we pride ourselves in having a huge range of cacti and succulents. Gasterias are an attractive succulent, with quite a wide variety. They make an attractive house or garden plant. Here are a few from our range. GASTERIA LILIPUTANA...read more
Aloe has been grown and used for thousands of years, not just as a garden plant, but also as a healing product. Gardeners today are spoilt for choice when it comes to colour and variety. They are also used by NASA for air purification, so make sure you have at least...read more
Winter Cacti The warnings are in, we are heading for one of our coldest winters in a long time. But yes, you can still grow cacti in winter. Cacti are found as native plants only in the Western hemisphere. Occurring throughout North and South America, the greatest...read more
Why choose us? Whether you are new to the addictive hobby of collecting and growing cacti and succulents, looking for a gift or wedding favour or looking for an attractive garden alternative, we have it all covered. Experience Counts Australian Desert Blooms are based...read more
Looking for Mother's Day gift ideas for that hard to buy for Mum, Step Mum, Grandmother or friend. Easy to make and you can have the plants you need delivered to your door. Below are a few ideas with cacti and succulents for Mother's Day. Be sure to order online now...read more
Desert cacti hail from throughout the arid regions of the America's and surrounding islands. There are no desert cacti native to the old world and only one jungle species from Madagascar. But you can grow them in some of the most unusual places; outdoors, indoors, in...read more
HAWORTHIA TORTUOSA Native to South Africa. This is a small leaf succulent, forms characteristic series of leaves arranged in spiral along the stem. Daughterly rosettes are abundantly formed at the base of the older plants. Can change colour with the season. Flowers...read more
Succulents and cacti are one of the most popular decorating trends today. Not only do succulents add a unique touch to your garden, verandah or interior decor, they are quite sustainable and easy to keep alive. Succulents and cacti are versatile. They can look rustic...read more
Why not spend some time on the weekend creating a low maintenance indoor or outdoor garden with some of our awesome 5 For the Weekend selections. Senecio Crassissimus (also known as Vertical Leaf Senecio) Commonly found in Madagascar, this succulent has vertical...read more