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wanted: info on hardy succulents in ok

Posted by debbutkus z7 OK (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 28, 05 at 15:22

Hi there,

My husband and I recently moved into a condo with a small fenced yard that I'd like to plant some succulents in. Can anyone recommend succulents that will survive the winter here in OK? We live in Oklahoma City, the yard faces west and gets good afternoon sun. We'll consider Cacti too but would like to just use succulents if possible.

Thank you,
Deb


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RE: wanted: info on hardy succulents in ok

We are limited in Oklahoma, but sedums, hen and chicks, yuccas, delasperma (ice plant), manfreda (false aloe) Paul


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