Yep, another ID

kwie2011(8a/8b W. OR)August 6, 2014

This one was too healthy to leave. All the others were dead or dying, but this one must be a very tolerant plant.

I'm guessing by the sharp points on the ends of the leaves, and Its tolerance of over-watering, that it's Echeveria or Sempervivum. If I'm wrong, pointers for IDing its genus would be awesome. In fact, pointers would be awesome anyway.

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Definitely Echeveria, but not sure which kind.. It's a tiny seedling, might be hard to ID correctly.

    Bookmark   August 8, 2014 at 12:55AM
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kwie2011(8a/8b W. OR)

Hey, Echeveria at least gives me an idea about how to care for it. Thank you, David. Cute little thing, isn't it? Here's a picture of it from the side.

    Bookmark   August 8, 2014 at 1:36AM
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