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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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Succulentopedia Cereus pierre-braunianus

Cereus pierre-braunianus

Cereus pierre-braunianus is a large tree-like cactus with segmented, upright, or ascending branches that arise from a woody trunk. It grows…

Succulentopedia Aloe 'Peppermint'

Aloe 'Peppermint'

Aloe 'Peppermint' is an attractive small succulent that forms a cluster of rosettes of stiff, triangular, mid-green leaves covered with…

Succulentopedia Echeveria dactylifera

Echeveria dactylifera

Echeveria dactylifera is a succulent that forms a large, stemless or short-stemmed rosette of reddish to reddish-brown, slightly glaucous…

Succulentopedia Tylecodon decipiens

Tylecodon decipiens

Tylecodon decipiens is dwarf succulent with an irregularly shaped tuberous base that produces many branches, often forming dense mats about…

Succulentopedia Haworthiopsis tortuosa aka Haworthia tortuosa

Haworthiopsis tortuosa

Haworthiopsis tortuosa, formerly known as Haworthia tortuosa, is a small succulent with leaves arranged in a spiral along the stem that…

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