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Calibanus hookerii

The Calibanus hookeri can tolerate light shade to full sun. Itís origin is North central Mexico. Calibanus leaves can grow up to 3 feet long. Water moderately when growing but little water the rest of the time once it is established. Propagate by seeds. The Calibanus hookeri has a caudex that can reach over 3 feet in diameter. The long, bluish leaves grow on the caudex. The genus is named for Shakespeare's monster, Caliban. It contains only this species but is closely related to the genus Nolina. As many names with an 'ri' termination, the species epithet is also spelled 'hookerii'.
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