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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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Viola columnaris

Viola columnaris is one of the Rosulate Violas with leaves that are arranged in a rosette and typical "Heartsease" flowers. It is an attractive perennial…

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Agave 'Moonshine'

Agave 'Moonshine' is a succulent that forms attractive rosettes of smooth, blue-green leaves with red edges. It grows solitary or with a few rosettes in…

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Haworthia 'Snow Scene'

Haworthia 'Snow Scene', also known as Haworthia 'Yuki Keshiki', is an attractive small succulent that forms rosettes of fleshy, dark green leaves with…

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Aloe vera (Barbados Aloe)

Aloe vera (Barbados Aloe) is a well-known, stemless or short-stemmed succulent with rosettes of green to grey-green leaves. It grows up to 3.3 feet (1 m)…

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Echeveria 'Lime n' Chile'

Echeveria 'Lime n' Chile', also sold as Echeveria 'Lime n' Chili', is a beautiful succulent that forms rosettes of frosty lime-green leaves. It offsets…

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Tylecodon singularis

Tylecodon singularis is an unusual succulent geophyte with tuberous roots that usually produce one (rarely up to 4) fleshy leaves. The fusiform caudex is…

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Haworthiopsis longiana

Haworthiopsis longiana, formerly known as Haworthia longiana, is a slow-growing succulent that forms rosettes of long, narrow stiff, and slightly rough…

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