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Senecio rowleyanus String of Pearls

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A popular houseplant which is in the daisy family has very slender, trailing stems with round pea like green leaves. This relatively fast growing plant makes it a good choice for hanging baskets so that the trailing stems can hang down to produce a bead curtain. Tiny white flowers appear near the stem tips in autumn

Aloe dental works

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Gorgeous purply blue-green plant with reddish-orange teeth. Fairly compact plant that grows to about 5" to 6" in a pot. If planted outside in the ground it can grow up to 12". Pretty easy to grow and problem free. A beautiful Kelly Griffin aloe.

Carnegiea giguntea (Saguaro cactus)

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As one of the giants in the cactus family, it is used more often in movies and television than any other cactus. Native in the Southwestern U.S and Northwest Mexico its a very tall but slow growing cactus. It takes about 150 years to reach its impressive stature of over 40 feet. The saguaro is non the less a beautiful columnar cactus. Moderately easy to grow, it requires good drainage as they are sensitive to waterlogging.

Echinocereus pentalophus (Lady Finger Cactus)

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The Lady Finger forms multiple green finger like stems with stiff white or yellowish spines. Each stem has 3 - 8 ribs and can extend over 2 feet long at maturity. This cactus produces brilliant pink or magenta flowers in the spring. Prefers bright light.

Euphorbia bupleurifolia x susanne

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Euphorbia bupleurifolia x susanne hybrid is a swarf plant. The bulbus caudex resembles that of a pineapple. Pups are produced from the main plant making it look like it grows in clusters. This adorable plant likes bright light, is easy to grow and will go great in your collection.

Aloe 'Jimmy' Little Gator

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A lovely pale green hybrid with bumpy skin. White leaf spots and delicate white teeth along leaf margins. Small, easy slow grower that clumps with time. Bright light/part shade. Fertilize with a cacti fertilizer during Spring/Summer months. Keep dryer during winter months. When repotting, use a cacti soil. Will not tolerate frost.



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