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Browsing: Zone 10a

These succulents are rated USDA Hardiness Zone 10a. They can tolerate cold down from 30 to 35 °F (-1.1 to 1.7 °C).

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Curio acaulis

Curio acaulis, formerly known as Senecio acaulis, is a small succulent shrub with erect, grey-green leaves with longitudinal lines. The leaves are…

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Crassula montana

Crassula montana is a small succulent, up to 1.2 inches (3 cm) tall, with egg-shaped leaves arranged in rosettes. It usually proliferates from the base…

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Haworthia 'Chocolate'

Haworthia 'Chocolate' is a small succulent with very striking rosettes of thick, rough leaves that have a dark chocolate color. It freely offset to form…

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Aloe albida (Grass Aloe)

Aloe albida (Grass Aloes) is a small succulent with long, narrow leaves and attractive white flowers. It is one of the Grass Aloes, a group of deciduous…

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Echeveria 'Shamrock'

Echeveria 'Shamrock' is a beautiful succulent that forms clumps of small rosettes with striking patterns and colors. Leaves are green with red edges and…

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Haworthia reticulata

Haworthia reticulata is small succulent with rosettes, up to 3.2 inches (8 cm) in diameter, of yellowish-green leaves that turn reddish in direct…

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Aloe ballyi (Rat Aloe)

Aloe ballyi is a rare succulent that forms a slender, unbranched stem topped with a crown of long leaves. The stem can grow up to 20 feet (6 m) tall and…

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