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Aka tender succulents. This term covers a broad range of succulents which are less cold tolerant than “hardy” succulents.
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USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. The map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature, divided into 10-degree F zones.
The act of producing a new plant by using leaves, cutting or seed from the parent stock.
The state in which a plant is alive but not actively growing., usually in winter, in drought or in extreme heat or cold. Some succulents can produce flowers when otherwise dormant.
Pale, sickly, excessive growth or elongated stem caused by insufficient light, or overcrowding.
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Small roots that grow on the stem of your succulent rather than in the soil. They are usually pink or white. Aerial roots will form on a succulent that isn’t getting enough water and often when it’s in a humid environment.
Gradual ripening of stem from the base, to produce a bark-like texture.
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Small light- to dark-colored bumps which are unique to cacti, usually hairy and/or spiny; from which the flowers and spines spring.
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A naturally occurring mutation, which appears as white stripes or multiple color on the leaves, stem or flower. Variegated varieties are often prized for the attractiveness of the markings caused by the mutation.
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Also called fasciation; a mutation that results in succulents having multiple growing points, rather than a single point.
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