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IMG_2812.thumb.jpeg.77a9dafc18a9084099c2c1ff25267392.jpegbig green sedumIMG_2813.thumb.jpeg.9cdeb3f5681d2a0214a31878b65f4d78.jpeganother green sedumIMG_2814.thumb.jpeg.e4b86f1ca5783411c9af47ab185bb52e.jpeggreen sempervivumIMG_2815.thumb.jpeg.b9f5c22d73860b2c79911c4c12771678.jpegidk what species of opuntia this isIMG_2816.thumb.jpeg.a3c3ebc01d354fa6b31375236f348e94.jpegred sempIMG_2817.thumb.jpeg.132f016a297788b1a5b3a9d1794a57ea.jpegred sedumIMG_2818.thumb.jpeg.d7a0544dc70261b997eacaae6df54d5b.jpegsmall green sedumIMG_2811.thumb.jpeg.47b169b4c49b5478d0ccfd26c38cddb5.jpegopuntia fragillisIMG_2810.thumb.jpeg.b6ab85f66d1664972003653922ccda8d.jpegechinocereus hybrid (about to flower?)IMG_2819.thumb.jpeg.f54d8fe8f5587769452f9d0100b95858.jpegbetter shot including more succulents

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Palms in Ground Currently: Rhapidophyllum Hystrix (x1), Butia Capitata (x1), Sabal Causiarum (x2), Sabal Louisiana (x1).

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5 hours ago, DTS1 said:

IMG_2812.thumb.jpeg.77a9dafc18a9084099c2c1ff25267392.jpegbig green sedumIMG_2813.thumb.jpeg.9cdeb3f5681d2a0214a31878b65f4d78.jpeganother green sedumIMG_2814.thumb.jpeg.e4b86f1ca5783411c9af47ab185bb52e.jpeggreen sempervivumIMG_2815.thumb.jpeg.b9f5c22d73860b2c79911c4c12771678.jpegidk what species of opuntia this isIMG_2816.thumb.jpeg.a3c3ebc01d354fa6b31375236f348e94.jpegred sempIMG_2817.thumb.jpeg.132f016a297788b1a5b3a9d1794a57ea.jpegred sedumIMG_2818.thumb.jpeg.d7a0544dc70261b997eacaae6df54d5b.jpegsmall green sedumIMG_2811.thumb.jpeg.47b169b4c49b5478d0ccfd26c38cddb5.jpegopuntia fragillisIMG_2810.thumb.jpeg.b6ab85f66d1664972003653922ccda8d.jpegechinocereus hybrid (about to flower?)IMG_2819.thumb.jpeg.f54d8fe8f5587769452f9d0100b95858.jpegbetter shot including more succulents

How do you care for them in Winter? I imagine you receive a decent amount of snow accumulation in your 6A climate  in Michigan. 

 

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33.0782 North -117.305 West  at 72 feet elevation

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6 hours ago, Tracy said:

How do you care for them in Winter? I imagine you receive a decent amount of snow accumulation in your 6A climate  in Michigan. 

 

i dont really care for them that much in winter. The sempervivums and sedums just scrunch up, or die back, the cacti do well when its cold but the snow melted, even with moisture. I honestly thought the echinocereus was going to rot the entire winter, but it didnt.

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3 hours ago, DTS1 said:

i dont really care for them that much in winter. The sempervivums and sedums just scrunch up, or die back, the cacti do well when its cold but the snow melted, even with moisture. I honestly thought the echinocereus was going to rot the entire winter, but it didnt.

That is interesting to learn.  I would not have expected the Sedum or Sempervivums to endure long periods in snow.

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33.0782 North -117.305 West  at 72 feet elevation

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Your "idk what" Opuntia with the giant finger-impaling spikes looks a lot like a Polyacantha.  I have one called "Dark Knight" that is ridiculously stabby.

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53 minutes ago, Tracy said:

That is interesting to learn.  I would not have expected the Sedum or Sempervivums to endure long periods in snow.

most semps ans sedums are hardy to zones 3 and 4 i believe.

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1 hour ago, DTS1 said:

most semps ans sedums are hardy to zones 3 and 4 i believe.

Depending on where they originate, yes, many sps of both Genus can be very cold / frost / freeze tolerant. Some even grow in Alaska, Greenland / Iceland ( Sedum ) 

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This is what they normally look like in winter. These are the only pics i took last winterIMG_1320.thumb.jpeg.215602f3e7b5b7c37d6d6c400e50ba84.jpegIMG_1537.thumb.jpeg.cc69683d56e81c02ca03ad595462c800.jpeg

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