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Missouri Botanical Garden
Prickly-Pear
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Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder prickly-pear / Opuntia compressa
Prickly Pear (Opuntia compressa) Native from the Plains to the East Coast
Prickley pear. Ground cover. Plant is 1' x 1'
Prickly Pear - Plains to East Coast. 1 ft.x1 ft., perfect for gravelly soils. Leaves shrivel in autumn & perk back up in spring.
Prickly Pear(Opuntia compressa)Native from the Plains to the East CoastWith a modest 1 foot by 1 foot size, prickly pear is an unusual choice. Obviously
“Prickly Pear” — philligal
Missouri Botanical Garden
White-Tinged Sedge
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White tinged sedge. Ground cover. Plant is 1' x 1' .?combine with prickly pear
in May on this lovely, soft ground cover. Hey, why not plant it with prickly pear for a garden oxymoron?
tinged sedge ….1 ft sun shade moist dry ..anywear.. might plant with prickly pear
in May on this lovely, soft ground cover. Hey, why not plant it with prickly pear for a garden oxymoron?
“Low mtn sedge” — jsmith831956
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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when you first read the plant tag.” — Benjamin Vogt While beavertail prickly pear is a killer name and the plant has bright flowers and glochids, it’s
Full story: Great Design Plant: Beavertail Prickly Pear Wows With Color
when you first read the plant tag.” — Benjamin Vogt While beavertail prickly pear is a killer name and the plant has bright flowers and glochids, it’s
would when you first read the plant tag.” — Benjamin VogtWhile beavertail prickly pear is a killer name and the plant has bright flowers and glochids, it’s
“matrix planting” — Cathy Carr, APLD
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Soda Crate Wall Plantings
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yuccas aloe prickly pear edible succulents
Succulents yuccas, aloe vera, prickly pear and night-blooming cereus
Aloe, yuccas and prickly pear are edible succulents.
double duty, consider planting edible succulents. Yuccas, aloe vera, prickly pear and night-blooming cereus are all tasty varieties.
“Wall planter” — Jac
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
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Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
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could be more appropriate to a Southwest exterior than the colors of the prickly pear? I want to live here!
“Garden” — sweetiepies
Santa Rita Landscaping, Inc.
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Arid Entryway in Tucson
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yellow blossoms work nicely with the purple pads of the prickly pear (foreground). The Purple Prickly Pear is a stunning native of the Sonoran Desert found in
“bright yellow blossoms of the damianita.” — cstedfox
Luciole Design Inc.
Detail shots
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The bold form of this prickly pear contrasts with finer textures of grasses and flax lilies.
“The bold form of this prickly pear contrasts with finer textures of grasses and flax lilies.” — Luciole Design Inc.
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
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Prickly Pear pad in Winter, Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
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