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Succulent Plant Gallery

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Choose from 16 images in our Succulent Plant collection.


Mesembryanthemum simplex, 1793
Mesembryanthemum simplex, 1793
Aloe mitriformis, 1810
Aloe mitriformis, 1810
Decabelone barklyi, 1875
Decabelone barklyi, 1875
Mesembryanthemum digitatum, 1772-1793
Mesembryanthemum digitatum, 1772-1793
Stapelia reticulata, 1814
Stapelia reticulata, 1814
Stapelia pulla, Ait. ('Black-flowered Stapelia')
Stapelia pulla, Ait. ('Black-flowered Stapelia')
Hoodia bainii, 1878
Hoodia bainii, 1878
Stapelia olivacea, 1876
Stapelia olivacea, 1876
Stapelia corderoyi, Hook.f
Stapelia corderoyi, Hook.f
Aloe picta, Thunb. (Spotted-leaved Aloe)
Aloe picta, Thunb. (Spotted-leaved Aloe)
Mesembryanthemum acinaciforme L. (Scimitar-leaved Fig-Marigold)
Mesembryanthemum acinaciforme L. (Scimitar-leaved Fig-Marigold)
Crassula falcata, J.C.Wendl. (Sickle-leaved Crassula)
Crassula falcata, J.C.Wendl. (Sickle-leaved Crassula)
Aloe mitriformis, 1810 Featured Image

Aloe mitriformis, 1810

Original illustration of Aloe mitriformis, from Curtis's Botanical Magazine, published as plate 1270, 1st March 1810. The currently accepted plant name is Aloe perfoliata, and is commonly known as mitre aloe. Watercolour and pencil on paper. Native of the Cape of Good Hope. This drawing was made at Salisbury's Botanic Garden in Sloane Square.
Curtis's Botanical Magazine is the longest running botanical periodical featuring colour illustrations of plants and has been published continuously since 1787

© The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Mesembryanthemum inclaudens, 1814
Mesembryanthemum inclaudens, 1814
Aloe depressa, Haw. (Short-leaved perfoliate Aloe)
Aloe depressa, Haw. (Short-leaved perfoliate Aloe)
Aloe rhodacantha, DC. (Red-spined Glaucous Aloe)
Aloe rhodacantha, DC. (Red-spined Glaucous Aloe)
Mesembryanthemum truncatellum, Haw
Mesembryanthemum truncatellum, Haw