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Aloe

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This set of plant care instructions for landscape cactus and succulents in southern California. These include Aloes, Agaves, Crassula, Sedum, Euporbia and much more. These cactus and succulents are usually easy to grow and relatively care free. We prefer to plant them in the ground in very well drained soil. In most instances we don’t fertilize these plants when they are growing in the ground. Most of these can also be grown in containers, the care is basically the same (although you may want to fertilize potted plants). No21, 22, 23, 24

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