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  • Peperomia axillaris

    Windowed leaf edges. Small shrubs to 10″ tall, bright green, compact. Good air-circulation.

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  • Echeveria lilacina

    (Ghost Hens and Chicks)

    Small purplish rosettes to 6″. Slow growing, tight symmetrical rosettes. Red flowers in spring.

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  • Agave parryi v. truncata

    (Mezcal Agave)

    3ft., broadleafed w/thick marginal spines. Red spines on young leaves turn black with age.

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  • Euphorbia polygona

    (African Milk Barrel)

    6″ diameter stems can grow 1 to 2 ft. tall. Forms clumps from the base.

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  • Drosera “Dork’s Pink”

    D. callistos x D. lasiantha

    Mounds of pink traps and pale pink flowers.

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  • Echinopsis pachanoi fa. monstrose

    (San Pedro)

    Large high-altitude cactus with lumpy ribs.

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  • Osteospermum “Astra Purple Spoon”

    (Spoon Flower)

    Evergreen perennial

    Purple spoon flower daisy blooms are attractive to butterflies. Great for cut flowers. Blooms spring through fall.

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  • Mangave “Moonglow”

    Manfreda x Agave

    Soft silvery-blue-green and purple spotted leaves. Rosettes to 18″ wide.

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  • Aeonium undulatum ssp. pseudotabuliforme

    Mostly flat broad rosettes, wide, rounded green leaves

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  • Echinopsis eyriesii hybrid “Peach”

    (Easter Lily Cactus)

    Solitary or occasional clusters, to 12″ tall. Long-necked peach flowers rise high above the stems.

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  • Opuntia ellisiana

    (Prickly Pear, Tiger Tongue)

    Big round pads, purple-edged in full sun. Large edible reddish purple fruit.

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  • Euphorbia capmanambatoensis

    Grows on the rocky shores of Madagascar. Branchy, deciduous shrub.

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