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Tender Succulent Hens and Chicks
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This group of Echeveria are mixed species and varieties that I've grown over the years. Without a good place to overwinter them, sadly I've lost many of them, but luckily I took lots of pictures of them for you to enjoy.
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These varieties are all gorgeous - it's hard to choose a favorite. Some are low to the ground rosette forming types, others grow into more shrub like shapes.
All are fascinating and interesting, drought tolerant and lovely throughout the year.
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