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Sempervivum
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climates with a range of temperatures. This plant, with its tightly packed rosettes, is native to the mountains of Central and Southern Europe and can handle
requirement: Little to moderateSun requirement: Full sunMature size: Mature rosettes vary from ½" to 6" in diameter Tolerances: Frost resistant, droughtBenefits:
climates with a range of temperatures. This plant, with its tightly packed rosettes, is native to the mountains of Central and Southern Europe and can handle
“Big sempervivum” — etxmemaw
Jess Knowles
Eryngium alpinum 'Blue Star'
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best in fading light. Sea Holly has tiny blue flowers that sit within the rosettes of silvery-gray bracts of this architectural plant. ERYNGIUM grows best
best in fading light. Sea Holly has tiny blue flowers that sit within the rosettes of silvery-gray bracts of this architectural plant. Eryngium grows best
“Plant” — putterashford
EPT DESIGN
Pasadena
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foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage looks just like flowers.
are especially so. Lush, fleshy leaves are held in the typically tight rosette form, with edges often rounded out. While Aeonium once were included in
foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage looks just like flowers. More: Get plant profiles and planting
foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst’, whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage looks just like flowers. YOUR SAYDo you have a garden nook
“hammock” — kathyerwin
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Palo Alto
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dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.
winter. Plants can become leggy with age. To tidy up, cut the primary rosette off, allow the end to become calloused and replant. It will reroot, and
dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.Shown: A. canariense
“Too monochromatic.” — jackalope28
CYAN Horticulture
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Yucca flaccida 'Golden Sword'.jpg
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and up) are yuccas (Yucca flaccida 'Golden Sword' is shown here). Their rosettes of spiky foliage play a major role in any desert garden design; being so
and up) are yuccas (Yucca flaccida 'Golden Sword' is shown here). Their rosettes of spiky foliage play a major role in any desert garden design; being so
“n the same vein but much hardier (zone 4 and up) are yuccas (Yucca flaccida 'Golden Sword' is shown” — rose2284
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Haynie Residents
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colors soothe and tend to complement surrounding materials and plants. Rosettes range in the gray to green spectrum; a powdery layer adds a chalky effect
inflorescences, but unlike Echeveria, the stalk emerges from the base of the rosette, not the center. Flowers come in a variety of colors, including white, yellow
“Ipe & grey concrete” — kawinter81
Amy Jesaitis
Gardens and Terrace
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thoroughly without having to refill the can. You don’t absolutely need a rosette at the end of the watering spout, but it does help divert the force of the
entire plant. Choose the size to fit your plants and containers — some rosettes may be so large that the spray pattern extends beyond the plant or container
“Working bench” — sydneywind
Bloom Garden Design
Mission Valley Front yard
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Distinguishing traits. Echeveria is rosette forming, with fleshy green leaves in colors ranging from green to gray-green
Echeveria is rosette forming, with fleshy green leaves in colors ranging from green to gray-green
Distinguishing traits. Echeveria is rosette forming, with fleshy green leaves in colors ranging from green to gray-green to purple, with colored tips and
“Plants” — jerseybigdaddy
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