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TENDER SUCCULENTS
Updated for 2017
INDEX:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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AEONIUM Ovate shaped leaves form dense rosettes. Zones 9-11. Prefers sun but will tolerate part shade.
  Kiwi A. 'Kiwi' - Chartreuse green leaves with a yellow center and red tips. Honey yellow flowers. 1-2 ft.
ALOE Thick, fleshy, green to gray green leaves. Zones 9-11. Prefers sun but will tolerate part shade.
  Vera A. 'Vera' - Popular succulent used in herbal medicine. Marketed as having rejuvenating, healing or soothing properties. Yellow, tubular flowers on a spike. 2-3 ft.

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CRASSULA Large genus with fleshy, succulent leaves. Excellent in containers and as a house plant. Originally from Africa. Zones 9-11. All prefer sun but some will tolerate part shade.
  Small Red C. radicans 'Small Red' - Vivid green leaves with auburn tips. White flowers on stalks. Zones 10-11. 4-8 in.

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ECHEVERIA Fleshy rosettes with an attractive, compact appearance. Excellent in containers or as house plants. Originally from the Americas. Zones 9-11. All prefer sun but some will tolerate part shade.
  Black Prince E. imbricata 'Black Prince' - Deep maroon, almost black, rosettes with lime green centers. Red flowers. 6-8 in.
  elegans
Grey Red
E. elegans 'Grey Red' - Grayish green leaves with red tips form perfect rosettes. 6-8 in.
  nodulosa E. nodulosa - Painted Echeveria - Sea green leaves have "painted" red vertical stripes. Yellow flowers. 1-2 ft.
  Perle Von Nurnberg E. 'Perle Von Nurnberg' - Soft green rosettes have strawberry lavender centers. Coral flowers in spring. 6-10 in.
  pulidonis E. pulidonis - Fleshy rosettes of green leaves edged in red. 6-10 in.
  tolimanensis E. tolimanensis - Dusty light green leaves have rose tips. 6-8 in.

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GRAPTOPETALUM superbum pentandrum G. superbum pentandrum - Mounding, dusty pink, fleshy foliage in rosettes. Originally from Mexico. Zones 9-11. 1-2 ft. Sun to part shade.
GRAPTOSEDUM Darley Sunshine G. 'Darley Sunshine' - Rosettes of bronze/red and green, rounded, fleshy leaves. Zones 9-11. Sun.
  Vera Higgins G. 'Vera Higgins' - Pointed, bronze, fleshy leaves in rosettes. Zones 9-11. Sun.

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KALANCHOE Fleshy, flowering succulents. Originally from the Old World. Zones 9-11. Full sun.
  orgyalis
Copper Spoons
K. orgyalis 'Copper Spoons' - Thick, cinnamon foliage is slightly sueded. Leaves are shaped like spoons. 6 in.
  thyrsiflora
Flapjacks
K. thyrsiflora 'Flapjacks' - Light green, paddle-shaped leaves redden with full sun. Aromatic, yellow, tubular flowers. 10-14 in.
  tomentosa K. tomentosa - Fuzzy green foliage with bronze leaf edges. 1-3 ft.

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SEDUM A large genus of fleshy succulents. Sedums on this page are hardy in zones 9-11. More sedums on the Perennial page. Full sun.
  Aurora S. 'Aurora' - Fleshy leaves in rosettes. 8 in.
  Carnicolor S. 'Carnicolor' - Gray foliage with apricot pink accents. 1 ft.
  nussbaumerianum S. nussbaumerianum - Lemon yellow and copper rosettes. White blooms Jan-April. 3-6 in.
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