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DUDLEYA ABRAMSII SUBSP.AFFINIS NNS 01-156

Crassulaceae

Compact everwhite rosettes of powdery blue leaves, heads of yellow flowers Jan-May, 15 x 3cm. Hardy to Z6 (-20C). Gravely soil, no winter wet. - cold greenhouse. Collected 6100 feet altitude, Sierra Nevada Mtns, CA.

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DUDLEYA ABRAMSII subsp.AFFINIS NNS 01-156

DUDLEYA CYMOSA SUBSP.CYMOSA NNS 02-141

Crassulaceae

5-10cm wide rosettes of lanceolate silvery-grey foliage, heads of bright red-striped yellow urn-shaped flowers, 12cm. Seed collected 3475 feet altitude, Cascade Range, Tehama Co,CA. Hardy to Z7.

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DUDLEYA CYMOSA subsp.CYMOSA NNS 02-141

DUDLEYA CYMOSA SUBSP.PANICULATA NNS 98-221

Crassulaceae

Dwarf and compact form, 5cm. Tightly packed glaucous rosettes, cymes of pale lemon-yellow urn-shaped flowers. Seed collected 3650 feet altitude, Mt.Diablo, Contra Costa Co. California, S-facing rock outcrops. Not hardy.

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DUDLEYA CYMOSA subsp.PANICULATA NNS 98-221

DUDLEYA CYMOSA SUBSP.PUMILA NNS 95-222

Crassulaceae

Relatively large rosettes of green glaucous foliage 10 x 20cm, orange flowers May-Jul, 20cm. S.California.

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DUDLEYA CYMOSA subsp.PUMILA NNS 95-222

DUDLEYA CYMOSA SUBSP.PUMILA NNS 95-223

Crassulaceae

Not hardy. Compact maroon flushed blue rosettes, vermillion flowers May-Jun, 12cm. (leaf rosettes 5cm.)

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DUDLEYA CYMOSA subsp.PUMILA NNS 95-223

DUDLEYA CYMOSA SUBSP.PUMILA NNS 95-226

Crassulaceae

Damaged by prolonged frost but not killed so far. Compact maroon flushed blue rosettes, vermillion flowers May-Jun, 12cm. (leaf rosettes 5cm.) Seed collected 7200 feet altitude, San Gabriel Mountains, Los Angeles Co, CA.

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DUDLEYA CYMOSA subsp.PUMILA NNS 95-226

DUDLEYA CYMOSA SUBSP.PUMILA NNS 95-228

Crassulaceae

Compact maroon flushed blue rosettes, vermillion flowers May-Jun, 12cm. (leaf rosettes 5cm.) Seed collected 7200 feet, San Bernardino Co.CA.

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DUDLEYA CYMOSA subsp.PUMILA NNS 95-228

DUDLEYA EDULIS NNS 03-247

Crassulaceae

Broad crowns of sausage-shaped leaves, starry rather than urn-shaped flowers. Seed collected 2125 feet altitude, Santa Ysabel Mtns.San Diego Co,CA.

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DUDLEYA EDULIS NNS 03-247

DUDLEYA FARINOSA

Mealy white rosettes. Dislikes wetness. . Bob's score = 4

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DUDLEYA FARINOSA

DUDLEYA LANCEOLATA NNS 01-158

Crassulaceae

Single rosettes of glaucous, bluish-green, lanceolate leaves with long tapered tips. Stout heads of orange urn-shaped flowers. Seed collected 2275 feet altitude, Santa Ana Mountains, Orange Co. California.

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DUDLEYA LANCEOLATA NNS 01-158

DUDLEYA SAXOSA SUBSP.AILOIDES NNS 99-141

Crassulaceae

One of the hardiest dudleyas. Compact green rosettes, yellow flowers. Seed collected 4400 feet altitude, Wild Horse Canyon, San Bernadino Co, CA. Cracks and other dry places!

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DUDLEYA SAXOSA subsp.AILOIDES NNS 99-141

DUDLEYA VERITYI NNS 01-159

Crassulaceae

Rare. Bluish-white, chalk-covered leaf rosettes from stout stems. Leaves turn rose-violet as they age. Lemon-yellow flowers, 12cm. Seed collected 350 feet altitude, Santa Monica Mountains, Ventura Co. California. Not hardy in UK.

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DUDLEYA VERITYI NNS 01-159



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