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Calibanus hookeri
Calibanus is a monotypic genus (it contains only one species) closely related to Beaucarnea. It forms a caudex (fat trunk), topped with grassy looking leaves. The Calibanus hookeri develops a caudex that can reach over 3 feet in diameter (90 cm). The long, glass-like, bluish leaves grow on the top of the caudex. The genus is named for Shakespeare's monster, Caliban. Keep the grass-like leaves trimmed to expose the heavily textured round body.

Calibanus Hookeri

Calibanus Hookeri

calibanus hookeri

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Calibanus hookeri Large Fissured Caudex Under Grassy Canopy XLG21Calibanus hookeri Large Fissured Caudex Under Grassy Canopy XLG21Calibanus hookeri gets a really large ball caudex with a fissured exterior and grass like leaves.