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Browsing: Zone 7b

These succulents are rated USDA Hardiness Zone 7b. They can tolerate cold down from 5 to 10 °F (-15 to -12.2 °C).

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Viola tectiflora

Viola tectiflora is a small, stemless annual plant that belongs to the group of Rosulate Violas. It forms rosettes, up to 2 inches (5 cm) in diameter…


Viola montagnei

Viola montagnei is an attractive stemless perennial plant that forms rosettes of green, semi-succulent leaves with reddish midrib, veins, and margins…


Phedimus middendorffianus

Phedimus middendorffianus, formerly known as Sedum middendorffianum, is a succulent that produces a cluster of many erect or suberect stems with fleshy…


Viola petraea

Viola petraea is an attractive perennial plant with semi-succulent leaves that are arranged in a rosette. It belongs to the group of Rosulate Violas…


Viola atropurpurea

Viola atropurpurea is a perennial plant with semi-succulent, olive-brown to pale blue-green leaves spirally arranged in rosettes and sometimes with…

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