Hard as a Rock

The ROCKS concept features the strongest of all succulents. They have pointed leaf shapes and colour variation. ROCKS are the heroes in any climate and under all circumstances. They grow widely in South Africa.

 

OVATA cultivates the ROCKS with great craftmanship, the powerhouse among the succulents, because they are very tough! The ROCKS include succulent families Aloe, Haworthia, Pachyphytum, Gasteria, Astroloba and Cereus (cactus). The ROCKS originate from South Africa. On the driest and warmest rocks in the country the ROCKS grow without any problems, they are real fighters. They have a particularly good shelf life and feel at ease both indoors and outdoors, from a sunny terrace to a dark bathroom. Within this concept there are many novelties available.

 

To see our current assortment go to:

The rocks assortment

Aloe aristata magic
Aloe

aristata magic

‘MAGIC’

Astroloba-dinosaur-kwekersrecht-ovata
Astroloba

dinosaur

‘OVASDINO’

Gasteria-okavango
Gasteria

okavango

Aloe-perfoliata
Aloe

perfoliata

Aloe humilis
Aloe

humilis

Aloe-squarrosa
Aloe

squarrosa

Haworthia-limifolia
Haworthia

limifolia

Haworthia cooperi
Haworthia

cooperi

Aloe demi
Aloe

demi

‘DEMI’

Gasteria-carinata-Beguinii
Gasteria

beguinii

Gasteria-sophie-protected-ovata
Gasteria

sophie

‘OVROCKS01’

Aloe-reitzii
Aloe

reitzii

Aloe jaws
Aloe

jaws

‘OVALJAWS’

Gasteria-flow
Gasteria

flow

‘WT03’

Pachyphytum-oviferum
Pachyphytum

oviferum

Cereus-paolina
Cereus

paolina

‘PAOLINA’

Haworthia-universe
Haworthia

universe

Aloe-variegata-magic
Aloe

variegata magic

Aloe vera
Aloe

vera

Astroloba-spiralis
Aloe

black gem

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rocks concept

Hard as a rock

Our ROCKS really come to life in the ROCKS concept: an attractive decoration for more success on the shop floor.

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CAREtips

The Haworthia and Aloe prefer half shade or full shading. In principle, the plant can be placed anywhere in the house: from the north-facing windowsill to the bedroom. As long as it is not in direct sunlight. In the summer months, the Haworthia and Aloe can be placed outside on a terrace or balcony, but even then not in direct sunlight. The plant has little need for water and can therefore do without for a long period of time. Watering it moderately once a month is sufficient. More information about the Haworthia and Aloe can be found here.