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Orostachys boehmerii 'Keiko'

Orostachys boehmerii 'Keiko'

Orostachys boehmerii 'Keiko' A new orostachys for us from the great plantsman Stan Tyson (thank you Stan!) with wonderful rosettes of gray foliage and adorable little offsets dangling and dancing on long, thin runners. We're still testing the hardiness on this, but hardy to at least zone 6, maybe colder. If you grow this somewhere colder, and it survives, please let us know! An inch or two tall, spreads indefinately Joseph
$8.00

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Orostachys malecophyllus

Orostachys malecophyllus

Everyone wants to grow what they can't have, and in cold, wet Michigan, I'm always trying to grow stuff that would really be happier in Southern California. This guy, with fairly large rosettes of fleshy, pale green leaves, actually is happy here, and gives a wonderfully tropical desert look. Great to contrast with more typical northern garden fare, and of course exceptionally drought and heat tolerant as well. An inch or two tall, spreads indefinitely Joseph.....Zones 5
$8.00

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Orostachys spinosa ex Halda

Orostachys spinosa ex Halda

Marvelous plant, these are from wild seed and we now have hundreds of different genotypes, previous cultivated material seemed to be clonal from a single introduction that seldom flowered, these do. They show a bit of variation and should produce some viable seed for a change. They roll up in a tight ball for the winter swelling and unfurling in the spring to a multi-armed starfish with next year's over-wintering ball in the center; the ultimate Hen and Chick.____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Rabiea albipunctata bethuliae

Rabiea albipunctata bethuliae

We selected this from a batch of Mesa Garden's seedlings; fat fleshy leaves yellow flowers it is supposed to be a hardy form.
$8.00

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Rosularia sempervivum

Rosularia sempervivum

Rosette forming plant a bit reminiscent of a hen and chick, with bright pink flowers in early summer; for those with better taste.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Stomatium mustellinum

Stomatium mustellinum

Reaching the altitudinal limit for the species this is a nice and quite hardy ice plant that produces yellow narrow petaled flowers for most of the summer.
$8.00

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Stomatium sp. ex Kelderberg Southerland

Stomatium sp. ex Kelderberg Southerland

I lost track of where this came from although it may have been from a Denver Botanic Gardens collection in any event it is yet another mesemb, Dick liked it enough to whack some cuttings.
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Manfreda 'Jaguar'

Manfreda 'Jaguar'

Dramatic almost BLACK leaves in full sun, green with lots of dark spots in less light. Very dramatic and cool looking, the leaves are thick, fleshy and very tropical looking, giving you much of the look of an agave without the vicious spines. Should reach a couple feet wide and tall, and mature plants will flower in fall in typical manfreda fashion, which is to say, nothing to write home about. It is all about the leaves here. Zone 7
$15.00

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Beschorneria 'Ding Dong'

Beschorneria 'Ding Dong'

Plant Delights selection, (are ho ho's and Twinkies next) of false red Agave, seven foot phallic stalks open to multitudes of pendant red and green bell shaped flowers, it's hardy at Plant Delights, I'm guessing not so here.
$19.00

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Cotyledon orbiculare

Cotyledon orbiculare

Spectacular looking with big gray fleshy round leaves with a reddish edge and brilliant orange red flowers on meter high plants. Halda collected this up high in the Drakensburg back in the mid 90's, it probably is the most cold hardy form in cultivation although it melted outside for Dick and Tony; it may be great out west. In terms of floral display and foliage effect, no other succulent we grow even comes close.____ZONE 6
$24.00

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