Plants of the Month

  • Euphorbia “Purpurea”

    (Wood Spurge)

    Description

    E. amygdaloides “Purpurea”
    Evergreen herbaceous perennial

    Foliage changes color throughout the year: Green in spring, deep burgundy in summer, ruby-purple in fall. Lime-green bloom sprays spring/summer. Deer-resistant.

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  • Crassula “Sunset”

    Description

    C. ovata “Sunset”

    Shrubby, easy to grow. Green and yellow variegated leaves with bright pink edges. Protect from frost.

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  • Gasteraloe “Midnight”

    (Lizard Tail)

    Description

    Gasteria x Aloe

    Narrow dark/green spotted leaves; to 18″

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  • Aloe “Twilight Zone”

    (Dwarf Aloe)

    Description

    Dwarf aloe hybrid with spotted dark green leaves looks almost black in sun.

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  • Aeonium “Catlin”

    (Red Aeonium)

    Description

    Dense, shrubby to 3ft.+; green w/red edges, darker in sun

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  • Drosera leucoblasta

    (Wheel Sundew)

    Description

    Pygmy Sundew with tiny sticky red rosettes, large orange flowers.

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  • Cumulopuntia boliviana

    (Copana)

    Description

    In the Opuntioideae Subfamily, similar to some of the South American chollas, with glochids and easily separated elongate stem sections.

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  • Pachycereus marginatus

    (Mexican Fencepost)

    Description

    Fast growing to 12ft, can get to 20 ft. Straight vertical stems branch from the base. Small funnel-shaped rose flowers.

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  • Aloe “Snapper”

    Description

    Spotted aloe, burgundy and green with pink edges

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  • Haworthia “Barcelona”

    (Zebra Plant)

    Description

    H. fasciata “Barcelona”

    Small striped leaves, open rosettes.

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  • Ceanothus “Frosty Dawn”

    (Maritime Ceanothus)

    Description

    Evergreen Shrub

    Great in coastal locations. Will spread wide if not pruned. Lavender Blue flowers.

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  • Frerea indica

    (Dragon Breast)

    Description

    Stapeliad. Small burgundy star-shaped carrion flowers low on the stems. Fleshy green leaves when watered, drops leaves when dry. Reduce watering in winter. Prefers to be outside in a protected location.

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  • Echeveria “Silver Queen”

    (Silver Hens and Chicks)

    Description

    E. affinis “Silver Queen”

    Small rosettes to 8″ with narrow silver-purple leaves. Slow growing.

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