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“We also have the N. ampullaria with its flask shape and small lid and N. gracilis, which is a lowland pitcher plant that has thin peristomes,” he explained.
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If your Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera truncata and S. x buckleyi) didn't set flower buds, it may be that the temperature was too high (above 18°C/65°F, or had too much artificial light.
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Plants as art and architecture
Not only that, they look good in winter, noted San Antonio Water System conservation consultant Heather Ginsburg. She likes century plant (Agave americana), and artichoke agave (Agave parryi v. truncata), a smaller selection with a tighter form.

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