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Succulents

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Agave

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Agave

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Orange Bulbine

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Orange Bulbine

~Bulbine Orange Stalked Bulbine, bulbine frutescens. A succulent ground-cover, has narrow fleshy bright green foot-long leaves, arranged in opposite rows to form open rosettes and spreads by rhizomes to create 2 to 3 foot wide clumps. Orange flowers are 6-petaled and star-like with frilly yellow stamens atop long stalks that rise above the foliage and bloom all year. No known pest problems. Plant in full sun to light shade in well-drained soil, provide occasional to very little irrigation. Evergreen and hardy. Looks much like a low shrub, makes this a well rounded landscape plant! Evergreen,...

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Succulents

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Succulents

Caring for Succulents, Succulents (common name) are booming in popularity for two simple reasons: they are beautiful and nearly indestructible. Technically, a succulent is any plant with thick, fleshy (succulent) water storage organs. Succulents store water in their leaves, their stems or their roots. These plants have adapted to survive arid conditions throughout the world. As a group, succulents include some of the most well-known plants, such as the aloe and agave, and many almost unknown plants. Succulents make excellent display plants in dish gardens. No matter what kind of succulent...

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