Adromischus cooperi (Plover Eggs Plant)


  • Species from South Africa
  • Compact, unusual succulent
  • Funky factor
  • Easy to propagate from leaf
  • Indoor friendly
  • Rewarding to grow

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Adromischus cooperi, or more commonly known as Plover Eggs Plant, is a captivating and unusual succulent. Its compact, clumping growth habit showcases fleshy leaves adorned with mesmerizing red speckles and undulating margins, creating a visually striking appearance. This unique plant serves as an ideal companion with its contrasting colors and distinctive form, effortlessly enhancing any succulent collection.

The flowers of Adromischus cooperi elegantly face upwards, emerging on slender, upright stems. Mature plants, typically aged 2-3 years, can produce multiple flower heads, further accentuating its charm. With dimensions reaching around 2-3 feet in height, it commands attention while maintaining a manageable size.

This species originates from the arid regions of South Africa. This captivating succulent has adapted to thrive in the harsh conditions of its native habitat, where it grows in rocky, sandy soils and endures periods of drought. Its natural habitat influences its growth habits and unique characteristics, making it a fascinating addition to gardens and collections worldwide.

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg

Red, Green

Growth Form

Clumping, Spreading


Red Zone

Light Aspect

Part Shade, Full Sun

Planting Location

Pot, Wall, Rockery, Garden, Windowsill, Conservatory

Mature Size


Please Note: Succulents change colour throughout the year and the plants we deliver can look different from the pictures. All plants are shipped bare root (without soil).