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Some new plants!!

Posted by Beachplants Z11 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 5, 12 at 8:46

I got a box of new plants today - they have been in there for a week, so not looking too great but I want to share..

Sarcocaulon vanderietiae
Sarcocaulon vanderietiae
Sarcocaulon crassicaule
Sarcocaulon crassicaule
Got a partner for my on Pleiospilos compactus subsp. fergusoniae
P. compactus ssp fergusoniae
Faucaria gratiae
F. gratiae
Faucaria felina subsp felina
F. felina ssp felina
This is my baby F. tigrina for comparison
F. tigrina
Conophytum ratum
C. ratum
A HUGE C. bilobum ssp bilobum (normal and smaller conos in foreground for comparison)
C. bilobum ssp bilobum
Here another mid-large bilobum
C. bilobum ssp bilobum
One of my must have's - Crassula alstonii
C. alstonii

OK, THAT IS SOME OF THE NEW STUFF..BABY UPDATE NOW!
Aloe aculeata babies
Aloe aculeata
Beautiful Aloe alooides babies
Aloe alooides
Aloinopsis rubro-lineate seedling/juvenile flowering today (1.5years)
A. rubro-lineata
Aloe excelsa seedlings
Aloe excelsa
Crassula ericoides seedlings
C. ericoides
Conophytum flavum ssp flavum babies
C. flavum ssp flavum
One of my real fav's - Cheiridopsis glomerata
C. glomerata
Funny Cheiridopsis meyeri
C. meyeri
Conophytum uviforme subsp. subincanum babies transplanted
Conophytum uviforme subsp. subincanum
Hoodia gordonii juvenile
H. gordoni
Schwantesia marlothii
Schwantesia marlothii

Some of the newest seedlings - 7weeks
Lithops seedlings
Lithops seedlings
Lithops seedlings

Some older lithops
Lithops

And finally, I do have some cacti...LOL!
Cacti

enjoy!
Rian


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RE: Some new plants!!

very unusuall succulents and great variety. the only succulents that i have right now are jade and snake plant


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RE: Some new plants!!

Brrrrrrk, glrrrrrrrrp! I'm going to explode! Yowzers!!!

Awesome plants Rian. Do you pick them up locally?

Also, your seedlings are looking plump as can be, terrific.

I wish I could just pop over for a visit. It's like they're magnetic. I can't get my face any closer to the screen!


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Ryan I think we are bad for each other! LOL! Luckily we are on different continents otherwise we would not have lunch money! I told someone, a while back that the new rack with all the plants does not come close to the plants on the rack with babies...point proven!?

Thanks Teengardener - you will get there!


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You two mad Mesembers must be thinking that that's the cat's meow, but for me the first two plants are.to.die.for. In fact, it's inspired a ditty (almost a limerick, which it will be with your help)

There once was a lad from Kamloops
Who locals found easy to dupe
He thought he was haulin'
A travois of Sarcocaulon

But I just can't finish it yet - on to a monthly ops report for my other job, until this poetaster's block eases.


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There once was a lad in the city
He looked at city-eyed folk with pity
They saw the Karoo as nothingness desert
He knew they missed it's succulence
its expansive beauty, it's sole-stirring magnificence


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You hit the spot with those aloes! haha Aloe Alooides is such a beautiful Aloe! So elegant and imposing at the same time. I grew mine from a small seedling as well.

Josh


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I am with Cactusmacharris, I love the brambly ones. The A aculeatas look so cute and uncuddly. Love them too.


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Wow, Rian, your plants are very unusual and beautiful with so many babies.
Marie


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Thanks.

Josh, I will take some better pics of the baby aloes at some stage, there are a few species of year - 1.5 old babies. I do love aloes myself.

Wanton, I am building the caudiform collection slowly, but they are a fresh breeze into the collection.

thanks 1tran.


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