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Ryan Schmitt - Western Mountains & Plains

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Region: Western Mountains & Plainsspinachryan-205x300
Sub-Region: Colorado
State: Colorado
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Phil Bergman - Southwest

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Will the Real Iceplant Please Stand Up?

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Just like the generic term "daisy", all ice plants are not alike. Numerous species of ice plant are found in at least nine different genera. These low-growing succulent perennials and a few annuals were once all lumped under the genus Mesembryanthemum.

Today this genus only contains annuals that have naturalized along the California coast. Other genera that contain "ice plant" that you may recognize are: Aptenia; Carpobrotus; Cephalophyllum; Delosperma; Drosanthemum; Lampranthhus; Malephora; Dorotheanthus. All grow best in well drained soil and are not traffic tolerant. Some are quite invasive.

Patio Trees Worth A Second Look for southern California

Written by Meredith French

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In our neighborhoods of smaller homes and backyard patios, trees often seem out of the question. But many species that do well here really are of smaller stature and can add a wonderful focal point on a patio as well as providing shade and shelter for wildlife. See the examples below.

Frank and Vicky Giannangelo - Southwest

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vickyfrank175Region: Southwest
Sub-Region: Deserts
State: New Mexico
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