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Browsing: Zone 11a

These succulents are rated USDA Hardiness Zone 11a. They can tolerate cold down from 40 to 45 °F (4.4 to 7.2 °C).

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Succulentopedia Agave 'Blue Glow'

Agave 'Blue Glow'

Agave 'Blue Glow' is a beautiful slow-growing succulent that forms a solitary rosette of chalky blue-green leaves with thin bright red…

Succulentopedia Haworthia rossouwii aka Haworthia serrata

Haworthia rossouwii

Haworthia rossouwii, formerly known as Haworthia serrata, is a small succulent that forms stemless rosettes of pale green to yellowish…

Succulentopedia Aloe petrophila

Aloe petrophila

Aloe petrophila is a stemless succulent that forms dense rosettes of bright green leaves with linear greenish-white lines and scattered…

Succulentopedia Echeveria 'Pagoda'

Echeveria 'Pagoda'

Echeveria 'Pagoda' is a beautiful succulent that forms a rosette of fleshy leaves with a bump that takes up to the tip. It is one of the…

Succulentopedia Tylecodon ellaphieae

Tylecodon ellaphieae

Tylecodon ellaphieae is a dwarf, sparingly branched succulent with 2 to 8 erect to ascending branches that grow from a tuberous base. It…

Succulentopedia Conophytum maughanii

Conophytum maughanii

Conophytum maughanii is a dwarf succulent with two fleshy leaves almost entirely fused into a soft, globose to short cylindrical body. It…

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…

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