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Amymar
Dec 7, 2017 6:43 PM CST
Trying to id these

First one had some leaves that died at the bottom which is why it's to bare- should it be replanted lower? It seems happy

Second one has a lot of babies which I'm always nervous about removing- would it benefit the plant? In the summer it grows a crazy long branch out of the middle that grows small white flowers

Third one I'm just curious about- it also had some white secretion on it the other day




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Baja_Costero
Dec 7, 2017 7:19 PM CST

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Aloe variegata?, Haworthia attenuata?, Euphorbia mammillaris?

Last plant urgently needs more light. The long skinny growth at the end of the stems is the plant stretching for more light.

You can separate the Haworthias whenever you want, or provide a larger pot for them to grow out as a clump.

I wouldn't bury the aloe below its original soil level but it looks like it needs more light in order to have a more compact form.
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mcvansoest
Dec 7, 2017 7:23 PM CST
Aloe variegata - partridge breast Aloe
Haworthia limifolia - fairy washboard - I guess it is supposed to be Haworthiopsis limifolia now...

The last one is an Euphorbia that is in need of more light. The white secretion is its sap which is pretty caustic and give some people pretty severe reactions if it touches your skin.

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