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succulent
used in Running in the Family

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Definition
a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs;
or: full of juice
  • Here is the winged thunbergia, the large snouted justicia, the mustard tree of Scripture with its succulent leaves and infinitesimal berries.
    p. 82.3
  • In his last years my father was a founding member of "The Ceylon Cactus and Succulent Society" and this interest began during his time in Kuttapitiya—all because of his devious and defensive nature.
    p. 145.5
  • He welcomed the thorn bush, experimented with gnarled Japanese fig trees, retreated to pragmatic vegetables or spears of the succulent.
    p. 145.8
  • THE CEYLON CACTUS AND SUCCULENT SOCIETY
    p. 183.5
  • He was a founder of the Cactus and Succulent Society.
    p. 196.8
  • He kept journals about every one of the four hundred varieties of cactus and succulents—some of which he had never seen, others of which he had smuggled into the country via a friend.
    p. 200.8

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