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Summer Show and Sale of the Oregon Cactus & Succulent Society. The sale is on July 18, 19 & 20 at the Portland Nursery, 5050 SE Stark St. in Portland - Oregon Cactus Blog

Oregon Cactus Blog: Preparing for the Show and Sale

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Planting Succulents - If your crevice is sited in a warm, dry, sunny location, succulents such as these Echeverias may be a beautiful and logical choice. - Succulents are unmatched for their variety of colors, shapes and textures. The fact that a sunny wall absorbs and radiates heat makes it a microclimate well suited for many of them. - Be sure to pay attention to the cold hardiness on nursery plant tags, as some of the more commonly sold succulents are not suitable for colder climates.

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Mini Pumpkin Planters

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Beautiful Succulents - The Outlaw Gardener: The Vashon Island Northwest Perennial Alliance Garden Tour Part Four: The Garde of Cindy & Steve Stockett

Sempervivum atlanticum, fleshy succulent foliage plant rosettes, green whirls with pink edges tips - Photo ©Judy White

Succulent Floral Arts by Linda Estrin Garden Design, Agoura Hills, CA

Succulents in a Soda Crate

More Cool Pots | Just About Home

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This Blog has the Most Amazing and Colorful Succulent Plantings... It's in Japanese and the translation doesn't seem to work very well... but the images are Gorgeous!

* 愉しいこと色々 *|2011年03月

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Lovely Color Combination...

* 愉しいこと色々 *|冬姿。

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Succulent Post Planter

* 愉しいこと色々 *|Succulents

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Red Box Succulent Planting

* 愉しいこと色々 *|Succulents

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Because leaves and cuttings root effortlessly, graptopetalums are among the easiest succulents to propagate. Leaves that fall off and land on the ground below the mother plant may sprout beadlike leaves and threadlike roots from the stem end. These feed off the leaf, draining it of nutrients. As the tiny plant becomes established, the leaf shrivels.

The common name ghost plant probably has to do with the look of the grayish white, opalescent leaves.