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Browsing: Asphodelaceae

Asphodelaceae is a family of flowering plants in the order Asparagales. Until 2016, the name Xanthorrhoeaceae was used for the family in the APG classification system. The family consisted of three subfamilies: Asphodeloideae, Hemerocallidoideae and Xanthorrhoeoideae. It includes about 40 genera and 900 known species.

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Aloe ‘Snowstorm’

Aloe ‘Snowstorm’ is an attractive, compact succulent with irregular, dense white banding on green leaves with “flurries” of white teeth on…


Aloe ‘DZ’

Aloe ‘DZ’ is one of the first 3 releases from Karen Zimmerman. This attractive Aloe hybrid has elongated, greenish leaves, studded with…


Aloe ‘Blizzard’

Aloe ‘Blizzard’ is an attractive, compact succulent, up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall, with upright, pale green leaves etched with many white…


Haworthia marumiana

Haworthia marumiana is a small, stemless succulent that readily forms clumps of leaf rosettes up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) in diameter. The…


Aloe cryptopoda

Aloe cryptopoda is a very attractive and unique Aloe with spectacular display when in full flower. It grows alone or in small group…


Aloe x caesia

Aloe x caesia is a large Aloe, up to 9 feet (2.7 m) tall, that typically branches at the base but can have a solitary trunk with very…


Gasteraloe ‘Cosmo’

x Gasteraloe ‘Cosmo’ is a slow growing succulent, up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall, with rich green, fleshy, speckled leaves growing in a…

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