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Nothern California (Zone 9a)
May 3, 2018 9:46 AM CST
|My friend and I went on a little trip to Home Depot for these awesome succulents, but what are they?
Picture 1: On the far left, I think the stacked-looking one and the flapjack-looking one are both Crassula (peep my cute dollar store tin arrangement xo)
Picture 2 From Above: Not sure what this is but it's variegated and BEAUTIFUL. I'm a sucker for those pale yellows/yellows in general. Are those pups emerging from it or just more foliage?
Picture 3: On the left is what is planted in my tin arrangement and I think it's a Crassula of some sort. In the middle, the smaller one, is labeled as Alpenglow "Vera Higgins" Graptosedum. On the far right, not sure. It also looks like it might have pups on it, or just more foliage like picture 2.
Picture 4: Just showing off a Echeveria Minima I bought on Etsy. Isn't she so gorgeous? And she also has a second tiny floret emerging from the center. Couldn't be happier. She's like a blue green with amazing pink tips. Ok sorry just had to gush!!
A propagated beeb from the far right succulents in picture 1. There were actually 3 of those propagated, and the Alpenglow had 2 beebs successfully propagated.
PS - Are there any succulents that like or can survive in a hanging basket with coco liner?
May 3, 2018 10:07 AM CST
|The stacked one to the left is Crassula perforata. The variegated one in the middle is an Aeonium.
Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and proclaiming...."WOW What a Ride!!" -Mark Frost
President: Orchid Society of Northern Nevada
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