Finally,i got the problem solved with photobucket,thanks to the folks on this computer forum.
That's all folks.
Nice plants, Kathi! =) Thanks for showing!
Does anyone know the name of that neon green plant in picture #8,(kinda looks like a shooting star)??
Nice Group of plants! Fun to look at!
Hey girl, do you happen to know the botanical name of the succulent in your fourth picture? I have a dish of these and would love to give them a name.
Sorryseedmoney I don't !! I have a few diferent ones of those,some look more orangey than others,i love how they grow.Maybe someone else here knows the name.
I'll be watching this post.
I believe the one in the 4th pic could be xGraptosedum 'Francesco Baldi'. Looks like they'll flower sometime soon. Would be best to repost some pix when they do, to pin down ID.
Great pictures Kathi!! Very nice Christmas cactus and its still blooming in February, cool rhipsalis blooms too. Thanks for sharing!!
Spot on id--you are the best!
Thanks for posting--now our plants have a name!
Great pics, Kathi! I love those rhipsalis blooms!
I see you've got some Plectranthus neochilus mixed in with your Senecio. I love the way it smells. Have you had it long? I have a pot of it that's trying to swallow all the plants around it. I planted some cuttings right out front by the sidewalk just to skunk out pedestrians:)
Oh, you mean some of THESE, Ryan??
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Ha ha ha...I planted some at year edge hoping the skunk smell would deter neighbor cat's from using our yard/garden for their biz. No such luck!
I have that plectranthus neochilus in several places,some in the ground,some in pots.It seems to pop up everywhere,and when it's somewhere I don't want it I pull it out.I love the flowers on it,just not the smell so much.