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succulent

(sŭk′yə-lənt)
adj.
1. Full of juice or sap; juicy.
2. Botany Having thick, fleshy, water-storing leaves or stems.
3. Highly interesting or enjoyable; delectable: a succulent bit of gossip.
n. Botany
A succulent plant, such as a sedum or cactus.

suc′cu·lence, suc′cu·len·cy n.
suc′cu·lent·ly adv.
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Along with all of that and to offer some useful information on cacti, the Smart Garden leaflet will be offered free of charge, explaining how succulent plants can be used in the Cyprus garden, a project published by the Society with the support of the Cyprus Environment Commissioner.
The newly formed club at present is comprised of past presidents of the defunct Cactus and Succulent Society of the Philippines Inc.
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And in London, Gynelle Lyon - a former forensic scientist - has opened the city's first cacti and succulent shop called Prick, and wrote a wonderful book of the same name.
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"The soil needs to be freedraining, so use cacti and succulent soil rather than a multipurpose compost, which is made to retain water.