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Saxifragales

The Saxifragales are a varied order of flowering plants, comprised of 16 families, with the largest being the Crassulaceae, or the sedum family. The species pertaining to the Crassulaceae family are well adapted to arid climates and they have a special way of performing photosynthesis (CAM), as well as fleshy leaves and stems that allow them to collect and store water efficiently. Many species in the Saxifragaceae family are highly appreciated as ornamentals and they grow well in very rocky and cold environments. The Grossulariaceae family includes some species with edible fruits, such as the gooseberries and currants. Members of the Paeoniaceae, or the peony family are very popular for their splendid flowers.

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Aeonium aureum – Canary Golden Mountain Rose
A stunning, small succulent, native to the Canary Islands to 2000 m elevation, where it is found on steep, rocky slopes or cliffs. It forms a small, very compact and mildly clustering rosette of broad, grayish green leaves that usually have a more or less pronounced red hue. In cultivation it is bes..
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Aeonium ciliatum
This Aeonium from Tenerife in the Canary Islands grows into small shrub with a sparsely branching stem and flatish rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped leaves. ..
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Aeonium davidbramwellii
A low growing succulent from the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands, where it grows in the understory of pine woodlands to 1000 m elevation. It forms a low shrub with sparsely branching stems and large, flatish rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped leaves with reddish margins. The relatively lar..
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Aeonium haworthii
This smaller Aeonium native to Tenerife in the Canary islands forms branching stems topped by small rosettes of diamond-shaped bluish leaves...
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Aeonium holochrysum
An upright, sparsely branching, succulent shrub, usually to about 1 m (3 ft.) tall, native to Tenerife in the Canary Islands, with greenish gray branches, showy rosettes of light green leaves and pyramidal panicles of bright yellow flowers. An excellent ornamental for warm-temperate climates, Aeoniu..
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Aeonium lancerottense
A magnificent, compact, densely branching succulent with compact rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves, found exclusively on dry Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, where it is rather rare and endangered...
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Aeonium longithyrsum
One of the smaller Aeonium from El Hierro in the Canary Islands that forms dense, flatish rosettes of succulent, broad, spoon-shaped leaves with a very pleasant fragrance. The tall and narrow inflorescence holds pale yellow flowers. It is easily grown in warm temperate climates...
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Aeonium manriqueorum
An small, palm-like, upright, sparsely branching, succulent shrub, rarely more than 1 m (3 ft.) tall, native to Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands at around 800 m. It has greenish gray branches, showy rosettes of broad, spoon-shaped, light green leaves and pyramidal panicles of bright yellow flowers..
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Aeonium percarneum
A lovely small shrub to about 1 m tall, native to Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands to 1300 m. It sports a sparsely branching stem, fairly large rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped, bluish green leaves with reddish margins and compact whitish inflorescences. In cultivation it is best suited to fros..
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Aeonium simsii
A smaller, stemless Aeonium native to Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands between 500 and 1900 m that forms dense clusters of compact rosettes with pointed leaves, around 10 cm in diameter. The small inflorescences have yellow flowers. It is a winter-growing species that falls dormant during the hot ..
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Aeonium spathulatum
A popular species from the Canary Islands with branching stems and rosettes of small spoon-shaped leaves...
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Aeonium ssp. Mix
A mix of at least 5 different succulent Aeonium native to the Canary Islands...
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Aeonium undulatum
A larger Aeonium from Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands between 300 and 1500 m with a sparsely branching stem to 2.5 m tall and succulent, spoon-shaped leaves that form flatish rosettes to an astonishing one meter in diameter. The conical inflorescence holds countless yellow flowers...
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Cercidiphyllum japonicum – Katsura
A deciduous, small to medium-sized tree that rarely reaches more than 20 m tall with small, rounded, light green leaves that turn orangish in autumn and emit a scent of caramel when damp. Cercidiphyllum japonicum is native to China and Japan, where it is found in forests between 600 and 2700 m. It m..
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Cotyledon campanulata
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Cotyledon orbiculata 'Powdery White' – White Pig's Ears
A small, sparsely branched succulent shrub with thick, round, powdery white leaves. It is native to South Africa, where it grows on rocky outcrops in dry regions and is very easily cultivated in warm temperate climates in USDA Zones 10 and above. It also makes an excellent pot plant...
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Cotyledon orbiculata var. flanaganii
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Cotyledon orbiculata var. orbiculata
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Cotyledon velutina – Furry Pig's Ears
A small, sparsely branched succulent shrub with thick, round, grayish to olive green leaves and umbrella-like inflorescences with nodding, greenish yellow flowers with red stripes and margins. It is native to thickets in southeastern South Africa and is very easily cultivated in warm temperate clima..
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Crassula capitella subsp. thyrsiflora – Red Pagoda Plant
A dwarf succulent with thick, pointed, reddish leaves arranged in four neat ranks along briefly erect or decumbent shoots and forming mats with age. Crassula capitella subsp. thyrsiflora is widespread in dry habitats in South Africa and Namibia. It is easy to grow in drier, warm temperate climates...
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Crassula cotyledonis
A small, sparsely branched succulent shrub to 1 m tall with thick, round grayish green leaves and upright, compact inflorescences with whitish flowers. It is native to desert scrub on rocky ground in southern Namibia and South Africa. Crassula cotyledonis is easily cultivated in warm temperate clima..
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Crassula cultrata
A dwarf succulent with thick, rounded, light green leaves on briefly erect and well branched shoots. In dry condition in full sun the leaves can take on an intensely red hue. Crassula cultrata is native to dry habitats in South Africa. It is easy to grow in drier, warm temperate climates...
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Crassula ericoides – Large Whipcord
An evergreen, spreading dwarf shrub with sparsely branched, thin, upright shoots that have densely set, succulent leaves. Crassula ericoides is native to coastal southern and eastern South Africa. It adapts easily to cultivation and can be successfully grown in a wide range of climates...
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Crassula lactea 'Bracteata' – Tailor's Patch
A dwarf succulent with thick, rounded, bluish green leaves on briefly erect or decumbent and well branched shoots. Crassula lactea is native the southern and eastern Cape regions of South Africa. It is easy to grow in most warm temperate climates...
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Crassula latibracteata
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Crassula mesembryanthemoides
A dwarf succulent with thick, finger-like, light green leaves that are densely covered in bristly white hairs and held on slender, briefly erect or decumbent shoots. Crassula mesembryanthemoides is native to desert vegetation in western South Africa. It is easy to grow in most warm temperate climate..
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Crassula nudicaulis
A dwarf succulent with thick, finger-like, pale green leaves held on slender, briefly erect or decumbent shoots. Crassula nudicaulis is widespread in South Africa. It is easy to grow in most dry, warm temperate climates...
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Crassula perfoliata var. coccinea – Blood Red Paintbrush
A small succulent shrub with thick, pale bluish leaves that are held on slender, briefly erect shoots. The spectacular, upright inflorescences hold masses of small, bright red flowers. Crassula perfoliata is native to the Cape region of South Africa. It is easy to grow in most warm temperate climate..
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Liquidambar styraciflua – American Sweetgum
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A wonderful, large, deciduous tree to 45 m tall with lobed, maple-like, star-shaped leaves that take on a beautiful red coloration in fall. Liquidambar styraciflua is native to the southeastern United...

Cercidiphyllum japonicum – Katsura
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A deciduous, small to medium-sized tree that rarely reaches more than 20 m tall with small, rounded, light green leaves that turn orangish in autumn and emit a scent of caramel when damp. Cercidiphyll...

Crassula capitella subsp. thyrsiflora – Red Pagoda Plant
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A dwarf succulent with thick, pointed, reddish leaves arranged in four neat ranks along briefly erect or decumbent shoots and forming mats with age. Crassula capitella subsp. thyrsiflora is widespread...

Dudleya lanceolata – Lanceleaf Liveforever
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This lovely succulent forms a dense, Aloe-like, weakly clustering rosette with succulent, bluish leaves. Dudleya lanceolata is widespread in Chaparral and Coastal Sage Scrub in southwestern California...

Dudleya anthonyi 'Mision'
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This beautiful and rare succulent forms a dense, Aloe-like, solitary or weakly clustering rosette with flat, succulent, pale bluish leaves. Dudleya anthonyi is native to the Isla San Martin and ajacen...

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