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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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Agave impressa

Agave impressa is an attractive succulent that usually forms a solitary rosette of yellow-green leaves marked with pairs of white imprints. Leaves are up…


Haworthia semiviva

Haworthia semiviva is a small succulent that forms a solitary rosette of pale green, translucent leaves with prominent veins. The stemless rosette grows…


Echeveria 'Silveron Red'

Echeveria 'Silveron Red' is an attractive succulent with short stem topped with a rosette of fleshy, undulate leaves in shades of dark red and with…


Tylecodon albiflorus

Tylecodon albiflorus is a small succulent shrub, up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall, with an underground tuberous stem base and 1 to 3 erect to spreading…


Viola cotyledon

Viola cotyledon is a beautiful perennial plant that belongs to the group of Rosulate Violas. Leaves are green, ovate, semi-succulent, with white…


Tulista minor

Tulista minor, also known as Haworthia minor, Tulista minima or Haworthia minima, is a small succulent with a stemless, usually solitary rosette of…


Fockea angustifolia

Fockea angustifolia is a caudiciform plant with erect or climbing stems that grow from a large tuber. The stems are slender, woody, and up to 6.6 feet…

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