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Container Size: 3.5 inch / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml

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Ghost Plant, Mother-of-Pearl Plant

Graptopetalum paraguayense, Sedum weinbergii

Large rosettes of thick silvery-gray succullent foliage are held at the ends of thick stems. This is a tough evergreen perennial that seems to thrive on neglect. Grow it as a drought tolerant groundcover or let it spill from a container. If sufficiently neglected it may even produce clusters of 1/2" star-shaped white flowers in Spring or Summer.

Average Mature Size: 8''H and spreading

USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 8B,9,10,11

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Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun, Part shade

Indoor Light: High

Native To / Origin: Mexico

Burro's Tail
Thick silvery blue-green pointed succulent leaves are densely strung along
the fleshy stem. Great for hanging baskets. A popular find and easily
grown with minimal care. Makes a beautiful groundcover for taller
succulents or other low water plants. When the stems reach 12" or more
they may produce trailing spikes of peachy pink to orange urn-shaped
flowers. Item # 342.
Price: US$5.99

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Dwarf Century Plant
The thick blue-green to gray succulent leaves are held in a tight
rosette. This is a very dwarf species spreading by suckers and
eventually creating a dense mass of these miniature century plants. A
tough indoor plant and great for mixed container gardens. Item # 397.
Price: US$7.99

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Mother of Thousands
A very unusual, succulent plant whose large, 2 inch by 5 inch, bluish-green leaves have baby plantlets all around the serrated edges, giving them a dainty, unique appearance. Item# 514. Price: US$7.99

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An upright growing cactus-like succulent with thick green stems striped with white and light green variegation. Very durable and easy to grow. Item # 656. Price: US$7.99

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Giant Burro's Tail, Donkey's Tail
This is a much larger type of ‘Burro’s Tail’ than the regular with 2" thick gray-green succulent foliage on trailing stems. It is easier to grow and much faster growing and makes a beautiful hanging basket. 'Wow' your friends with this spectacular specimen!  Item # 818. Price: US$8.99

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Worley's Butter Cream Winter Cassia, Christmas Senna, Primrose Senna
Few plants can bring color to the fall garden like the Winter Cassia! Clusters of butterfly-like creamy yellow 1" blooms that are edged in white are born in October-November on this large arching tree-like shrub/perennial. A rare creamy-yellow colored selection developed by Patrick Worley. Item# 345. Price: US$9.99

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Ti-Ti, Leatherwood Tree
A native of Louisiana's wet soils, this tardily deciduous shrub produces 6" long drooping clusters of creamy-white flowers from May to June. The flowers are held against glossy dark green willow-like foliage. Glowing red, orange, and yellow fall color.  Item # 677 Price: US$12.99

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White Profusion Butterfly Bush
White, fragrant bloom spikes reaching 16", are held against the green, velvety foliage. Attracts scads of butterflies. Considered by many to be the best white butterfly bush. Item # 735. Price: US$9.99

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Lace-Leaf Vitex, Cut-Leaf Vitex
View Beautifully cut medium green deeply cut lacy foliage that is reminiscent of the delicately cut foliage of some Japanese Maples adorns this vigorous 'Chaste Tree'. 6-8" spikes of lavender-pink flowers that attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees are borne in summer. The Lace-Leaf Vitex is considered by many to be the most hardy of the Chaste Trees.  Item# 787. Price: US$9.99

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Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea
View A vigorous and reliable Oakleaf Hydrangea selection with sturdy stems and good sun tolerance. The 10-14" white bloom panicles, with individual blooms as large as a half-dollar, are borne in spring and fade to pink. Item # 1181 Price: US$12.99

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