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Adromischus Leucophyllus


Discover thriving Adromischus leucophyllus succulent plants in Australia! Originating from South Africa, these drought-tolerant wonders belong to the Crassulaceae family. Embrace their elegant compact rosettes with thick, silvery-white leaves.

Caring for Adromischus leucophyllus is easy; they thrive in well-draining soil and prefer bright, indirect sunlight. With their water-storing ability, they endure dry conditions, making them suitable for Australian climates. With slow growth habits, they stay petite, perfect for small spaces, tabletops, or mixed arrangements.

These low-maintenance succulents appeal to various gardeners, from beginners to collectors, adding charm to any indoor or outdoor setting. Elevate your space with the allure of Adromischus leucophyllus and enjoy the beauty of these captivating silvery-white rosettes!

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Product Information: Adromischus Leucophyllus

Introducing the stunning Adromischus Leucophyllus plants! Native to South Africa, these drought-tolerant wonders belong to the Crassulaceae family. Their captivating appearance showcases compact rosettes with thick, silvery-white leaves, exuding elegance.

Thriving in well-draining soil and bright, indirect sunlight, Adromischus Leucophyllus is easy to care for. With its water-storing ability, it endures dry conditions. With slow growth habits, these petite succulents are ideal for small spaces, tabletops, or mixed arrangements.

In late summer, they produce dainty, pinkish-white flowers, adding a delightful touch of beauty. Adromischus Leucophyllus appeals to various gardeners, from beginners to collectors, due to its low-maintenance nature and unique form.

Versatile and enchanting, this succulent adds elegance to rock gardens, terrariums, or windowsills. Elevate your green oasis with these captivating Adromischus Leucophyllus plants!

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Australian Desert Blooms Nursery is producing many more succulents for you to buy online. If anytime this species is out of stock know for sure that it will be back as quickly as possible. As we produce all our stock here in Ipswich near Brisbane. Discover the best price for Adromischus Leucophyllus at our Nursery. Elevate your space with these elegant and affordable succulents. Buy now and save!


Watch your Adromischus Leucophyllus for the first couple of months to check if they are happy where they are.

Adromischus Leucophyllus requires more light if it looks like stretching out of shape. What’s more, burning is a common fact in this situation when having new plants. Best to gradually give them more light as the weeks go by. Instead of placing it in the straight sun.

Allow them to sit for a week before giving them a good drink. Depending on the season. Make sure they dry out completely before watering again. Don’t forget to give them a spray with soapy water to keep the bugs off them. And provide very good airflow.


We harvest our seeds all year round as well as buy commercial seeds from overseas. To always have different types coming through each year.

Sowing Instructions

Follow our sowing instructions for optimal germination with ample light, heat, and humidity. Keep seeds in a shaded area with indirect sunlight and consistent moisture. During the first 4-8 weeks.


For selling purposes, the photo on the website has no adjustments, and also natural active conditions. Used as a guide only, photos displayed may vary in size and shape then what you received. The largest size cactus or succulents, we have available at the point of sale will be provided. For easy identification, a name tag will be provided.


Fast and secure shipping for Adromischus Leucophyllus: Expect it bare-rooted and wrapped in paper. Dispatched via Australia Post from Monday to Wednesday, choose regular or express post for swift delivery.

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