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Browsing: Zone 10b

These succulents are rated USDA Hardiness Zone 10b. They can tolerate cold down from 35 to 40 °F (1.7 to 4.4 °C).

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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…


Crassula congesta

Crassula congesta is a small monocarpic succulent with an erect stem and usually 4 to 5 pairs of leaves. It grows up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall, usually…


Haworthia 'Crocodile Skin'

Haworthia 'Crocodile Skin' is a small succulent with open rosettes of long leaves with longitudinal rows of many prominent whitish tubercles. The leaves…


Echeveria pilosa

Echeveria pilosa is a beautiful succulent that forms rosettes of green leaves that turn reddish at the tips when exposed to full sun. Stems are erect…


Tylecodon fragilis

Tylecodon fragilis is a small succulent with few ascending branched that grow from a small tuberous base. The tuber is irregularly shaped, up to 1 inch…


Viola dasyphylla

Viola dasyphylla is an attractive perennial plant with leaves that are spirally arranged in densely imbricate, somewhat columnar rosettes. It belongs to…

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