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Succulent repot time!

Posted by bsmith717 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 22, 13 at 0:35

I got all of these plants over a year ago and all were just a single petal/leaf that I grew them out from.

I know the darker green guy is some sort of Jade I think but I have no idea what the pretty rose like plant is nor the spikey light green guys.

Any help on Id's would be great!

Here we go many months ago.
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This is tonight.

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RE: Succulent repot time!

The few that have grown considerably do look like Crassula ovata (Jade).

Can't see the spiky one well enough to say.

The pink rosette is Echeveria 'Perle von Nurnberg'.


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RE: Succulent repot time!

Ask and you shall receive!

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And thank you for your earlier ID's!


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RE: Succulent repot time!

Thanks for more pix! Actually, I thought you wanted an ID on the spiky cactus! =)

This one looks like xPachyveria glauca & could be named 'Little Jewel', but maybe not. Either way, it has Pachyphytum in it.


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RE: Succulent repot time!

Maybe I'm just confused or maybe your being funny, I'm not 100%

The extra pix are of the spikey one. At least when compared to the other plants in this pot at least.


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RE: Succulent repot time!

Not trying to be funny, but thanks for thinking that as an option. =)

There is (what looks like) a cactus in your 1st & 2nd pic. When you said "spiky", I thought of that one. I couldn't see it clearly. But then, you provided other pix of the other plant...so it became clear which spiky one you meant. :D Clear now?


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RE: Succulent repot time!

The largest could possible be Fred Ives, they are very close in appearance, I don't know for sure, Rose Marie I just wanted to run thie by you? Norma


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RE: Succulent repot time!

The leaf shape doesn't look right for G. 'Fred Ives,' but that's just my call. Looks like possibly E. 'Perle Von Nurnberg' to me.


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I forgot about those thimble cactus in the first two pix! Whoops.


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RE: Succulent repot time!

Norma, no need to run it by me, as I already said I believe it is Echeveria 'Perle von Nurnberg'. As Colleen pointed out, xGraptoveria 'Fred Ives' would have different shaped leaves...but...the coloring is similar.

Yes, bsmith, the thimble cactus was what I thought you meant.

~Rosemarie


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