Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Ibervillea sonorae peninsularis

Ibervillea sonorae peninsularis is in the  Cucurbitaceae family. Edward Lee  Green gave it it's name in 1895. It is found in Sonora, Mexico where it grows in well-drained grit, using a lot of water in the growing-period. Keep the caudex in the shade. It can grow to about 2' in diameter, vines up to about 10 feet. The flower is yellow, the berries red, and it's possible to make cuttings. It is dioecious

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