Parts are Pretty, Ever So Pretty

jeffrey_harris(San Diego, CA)February 24, 2006

Here's a Haworthia hybrid - I've got it tagged as a hybrid of H. truncata x H. turgida. That may be wrong, it may be right; there's certainly truncata in the woodshed, I daresay. Regardless of its parentage, it's a pretty one, I reckon.

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fishies(Ottawa z4a or 5)

Yup, you reckon correctly: it's perty all right. Although, strangely enough, it also kind of looks like my toes when I stay in the bath too long... I'm wrinkling my brow in confusion right now, in case you can't tell from the tone of my writing.

But here's a question - did you grow this from seed?


    Bookmark   February 24, 2006 at 7:50PM
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greenlarry(UK 8/9)

Kind of interesting in a wrinkly way, has it flowered yet?

    Bookmark   February 25, 2006 at 4:16AM
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jeffrey_harris(San Diego, CA)

Dear Shelly,

Remind me never to suggest to you to stay in the bath too long, unless you have a secret ambition to become a herpetologist and grow some prehensile toes.

Nope, it's from a single head grown by someone else.

Dear GL,

I think it has - typical bland Haworthia flowers; the hummingbirds appreciate them more than I.

    Bookmark   February 25, 2006 at 11:04AM
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