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Browsing: Zone 11b

These succulents are rated USDA Hardiness Zone 11b. They can tolerate cold down from 45 to 50 °F (7.2 to 10 °C).

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Succulentopedia Huernia guttata

Huernia guttata

Huernia guttata is a succulent with erect stems that branch at the base to form a clump up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) tall. Flowers emerge near the base of…

Succulentopedia Euphorbia primulifolia

Euphorbia primulifolia

Euphorbia primulifolia is a caudiciform succulent, up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall, with a small rosette of dark green, undulating leaves. The caudex can…

Succulentopedia Euphorbia longituberculosa

Euphorbia longituberculosa

Euphorbia longituberculosa is a glabrous perennial succulent with a thick, taproot merging into a swollen tuberculate stem that grows up to 5.6 inches…

Succulentopedia Hoya macgillivrayi

Hoya macgillivrayi

Hoya macgillivrayi is a fast-growing, root climber and twiner with thick, oval, pointed leaves. They are light green and set opposite each…

Succulentopedia Gibbaeum heathii

Gibbaeum heathii

Gibbaeum heathii is a dwarf, succulent plant, up to 1.2 inches (3 cm) tall, with a very short stem and green to whitish or grayish pair of…

Succulentopedia Crassula 'Blue Bird'

Crassula 'Blue Bird'

Crassula 'Blue Bird' was introduced and described by Dr. B.K Boom in the Dutch journal Succulenta in 1963 as Crassula portulacea 'Blauwe…

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