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Janet Wanerka

 Aeonium spp.
They have a very pleasing growth pattern, bloom spectacularly and grow well here.
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Aeonium Kiwi - Photo Courtesy Debra Lee Baldwin

Orchid Cactus - Epiphyllum spp.
Flowers are mostly huge and extremely colorful. They are a delight for the senses.
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 Euphorbia spp.
The variety in this genus is so varied, one can't help but be very impressed.
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Euphorbia cooperi

Stone Crop - Sedum spp.
One of my very favorites is a minute sedum that grows very well here on the coast and I place in many of my tray plantings because it works so well, grows well and looks good.
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