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    Quicky Question

    Anyone have any suggestions for any CP's or fun plants that might grow well outside in Palm Desert, CA? Not positive but i believe the zone is 9b here.
    Last edited by Vertigo; 09-30-2011 at 09:35 PM.
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    vertigo: do you have tons and tons of mineral free water at your disposal? if you dont, your selection might be reduced to Drosophyllum...
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    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post
    vertigo: do you have tons and tons of mineral free water at your disposal? if you dont, your selection might be reduced to Drosophyllum...
    Of course. gallons and gallons of distilled water.

    Water isn't the problem, just wondering what would survive the temps and sun. If it helps any, they would be getting western sunlight.
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    Moved even further along the line into zone 10. Now i'm just thinking of Mexican Pinguiculas. Which I can say more than makes me happy. Love my pings.

    Anyone have any suggestions for things that might take the heat down here even with tons of water trays?
    Lithops care info: If you take care of it, it will die.

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