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- Live Forever or Liveforever may also refer to: Dudleya, a genus of succulent plants Hylotelephium, a genus of succulent perennial plants Sempervivum,...
- Dudleya lanceolata is a succulent plant known by the common name lanceleaf liveforever. This plant is native to the mountains of Southern California and Baja...
- Dudleya abramsii is a succulent plant known by the common name Abrams' liveforever. The epithet abramsii commemorates LeRoy Abrams. It is native to California...
- Dudleya attenuata, common names including Orcutt's live-forever and Tapertip live-forever, is plant species native to California and to Baja California...
- plant known by several common names, including bluff lettuce, powdery liveforever, and powdery dudleya. This plant is native to the coastline of parts...
- plant known by the common names chalk lettuce, chalk dudleya, and chalk liveforever. This dudleya is native to the southwestern United States and northern...
- Dudleya candelabrum is a succulent plant endemic to California, where it grows wild only on the northern Channel Islands. Dudleya candelabrum grows from...
- a rare succulent plant known by the common name Santa Barbara Island liveforever. This Dudleya is endemic to Santa Barbara Island, one of the Channel...
- blochmaniae is a succulent plant known by the common name Blochman's liveforever or Blochman's dudleya. This plant is endemic to coastal sage scrub habitats...
- Dudleya saxosa is a perennial succulent desert plant in the stonecrop family (Cr****ulaceae), commonly called live-forever'. This dudleya is native to the...
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