Cactus and Tender Succulents forum: My jades and various succulents

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Jul 23, 2016 5:08 PM CST
If anyone can identify any of these that would be cool, I have no idea what they are but I like them.

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Name: Baja
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Jul 23, 2016 5:23 PM CST
You have a nice-looking group of succulents there. I like the variety. The flat pink plant looks like Echeveria "Perle von Nรผrnberg" or maybe a Graptoveria. The brownish plant at the start of the rightmost planter looks like it could be Echeveria "Black Prince". To the right of it is an Echeveria agavoides or hybrid thereof. The finger-like cactus after the jade plants (the green-leafed group at the left) is Mammillaria elongata.
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Name: Deborah Pryor
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Jul 23, 2016 7:48 PM CST
Welcome! Goatjuice.
:iagree: with Baja. Lovely collection and impressive looking jade plants. Here's some possibilities for some of the others:
From the left, the 1st 2 look like a variegated jade, graptopetalum, the tall one looks like Vertical-Leaf Senecio (Senecio crassissimus)--
Vertical-Leaf Senecio (Senecio crassissimus)
the 2 chartreuse upright may be Nussbaumer's Sedum (Sedum nussbaumerianum),
Nussbaumer's Sedum (Sedum nussbaumerianum)
the gray green one in front of it may be an echeveria. I hope that this helps. Hopefully some of the experts will come along soon to help you out.

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Name: Donna
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Jul 24, 2016 8:46 AM CST
Hi Goat Juice, Welcome!

All your succulents look great, and
your Jades look like they've been around
for a while.... Thumbs up

They make great Bonsai specimens, ya know...

Just have to keep pinching the new growth back....
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Jul 26, 2016 10:36 AM CST
Hi & welcome! Nice looking group!

The plump purple one reminds me of this, if not the same: Graptopetalum (Graptopetalum amethystinum)

Your can plant is doing really well too, keep up the great work! Those can be tricky, especially during summer heat...
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