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  1. May 11
    $4.00
    Most sources list C. setulosa as Zone 9, but we have overwintered it in containers at our Zone 8a nursery. Learn More
  2. Delosperma ashtonii 'Blut'
    $3.75
    Large purple-pink flowers cover the plant all summer. Learn More
  3. Oct. 1
  4. summer
    $3.75
    Zone 7-10 A vigorous, evergreen, spreading succulent serving best as a groundcover, and in containers. It forms a low mat of succulent leaves and displays electric purple, 2", daisy-like flowers all summer. Delosperma needs good drainage and is drought tolerant. It has few if any pests or disease. Learn More
  5. Delosperma nubigenum
    $3.75
    Hardy in Zones 6-9 Learn More
  6. mid-summer
  7. in late spring
    $5.00
    Lanceolate leaves, bright green with red tips. Very bright and vigorous. Learn More
  8. Orostachys Hybrid
    $4.00
     
    Deciduous succulent with mounding rosettes of light green foliage. Flower heads form a pointed cap-like shape, giving rise to the common name, Dunce Caps. Goes dormant in the winter, best to order in spring. Zones 5-10 Learn More
  9. Oct. 1
    $3.75
    Mat-forming succulent with masses of blue-gray rosettes. Cool cone shaped flower head. Evergreen in Zone 7b. Goes dormant in the winter, best to order in the spring. WAITING FOR THEM TO REESTABLISH AFTER DORMANCY Learn More
  10. Oct.1
    $3.75
    Loose, green rosettes with pointed leaves, 2" in diameter with moderate growth. Flowers are cymes of light yellow, in summer. Zone 5 -20F to -30F Learn More

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