Plant ID forum: sedum Adolphii & 2 other mystery succulents

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Name: Jelinda AKA jojoe Ivey
Thomson,Ga. (Zone 8a)
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Feb 13, 2013 3:17 PM CST
Is there more than one Sedum Adolphii ?

I know this one is sedum Adolphii
Is there also a adolphii called orange delight
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These picture were taken in the summer
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the last 2 pictures it seems they loose their color in the winter.

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These last 2 pictures i have no idea what they are,i have a habit of putting leaves or dying little plants in this big round pot and these have really jumped back.These pictures are very recent and it's winter but they are under lights.I imagine this summer they will change colors or the colors will darken or get brighter.

I appreciate any opinions !! thank you & happy gardening !!! Thumbs up
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Name: Lin
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Feb 13, 2013 4:15 PM CST
Hi Jalinda!

I don't know much about succulents but there is a Sedum nussbaumerianum 'Orange Delight'. Nussbaumerianum is the species and 'Orange Delight' is a cultivar name:

There are a couple S. nussbaumerianum in the database but no listing yet for 'Orange Delight':

These photo's came up when I googled:

Sedum adolphii is a different species (adolphii is the species name); there are probably many cultivars of that one too. There is only one photo for S. adolphii in the database and it's your photo:

I wonder if the plant in your last photo could be an Echeveria of some sort? Echeverias (Echeveria)
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