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Mega pic post!

Posted by Beachplants Z11 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 22, 12 at 2:38

Been a while, so here is a mega post!
Aloe hedgehog
Aloe hedgehog
Anacampseros lanigera
A. lanigera
Argyroderma pearsonii
A. pearsonii
Argyroderma subalbum
A. subalbum
Aloe viguieri
Aloe viguieri
Aloe viridiflora
A. viridiflora
Aloe wickensii
Aloe wickensii
Bulbine margarethae
B. margarethae
C. calculus
C. calculus
C. minimum
C. minimum
C. orbicularis flower
C. orbicularis
plants
C. orbicularis
C. minutum v pearsonii
C. Conophytum minutum var. pearsonii
C. pillansii (subfenestratum)
C. subfenestratum
C. richardianum
C. richardianum
C. truncatum
C. truncatum
C. velutinum
C. velutinum
C. orbiculata
C. orbiculata
C. orbiculata
C. orbiculata
C. barbeyi
C. barbeyi
Aloinopsis rubrolineata
A rubrolineata
Aloe thraskii
Aloe thraskii
Aloe aculeata
Aloe aculeata
Aloe pienaarii
Aloe pienaarii
Aloe africana
Aloe africana
Aloe lineata
Aloe lineata
Aloe chabaudii
Aloe chabaudii
Antimima evoluta
Antimima evoluta
F. felina ssp felina
F felina felina
F. gratiae
Faucaria gratiae
Fenestraria seedlings
Fenestraria
Gibbaeum album
G. album
Gibbaeum dispar
G. dispar
H. angustifolia
H angustifolia
H. cooperi
H cooperi
H. mutica
H mutica
H. semiviva
H semiviva
H. splendens
H splendens
H. springbokvlakensis
H springbokvlakensis
H. truncata 'crassa'
H truncata 'crassa'
H. wittenbergensis
H. wittenbergensis
Haworthia emelyae var. comptoniana
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Lachanalia aloides
Lachinalia
Lithops bromfieldii seedlings
L bromfieldii
Monilaria chrysoleuca
M chrysoleuca
Muiria hortensae seedlings
Muiria hortensae
Odontophorus nanus
Odontophorus nanus
Tylecodon buchholzianus
Tylecodon
Tylecodon grandiflorus
Tyrlecodon
Vanheerdia divergens
V. divergens
Vanheerdia roodiae
V. roodiae

Hope you enjoyed it.
Cheers
BP


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RE: Mega pic post!

You have been a busy boy! Gorgeous. I just love your aloe aculeta bloom. How old is that plant? What kind of soil is it in. A sandy mix?


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Mara, Sandy coastal soil with some compost (well matured) worked in. Minimum of 6 years!


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Stunning as always, BP! Your Haworthias, wow. Your Aloes, mmmm. Your Mesembs, ouch. You always have something new to show us. The Tylecodons are great too, something I haven't delved into yet.

Earlier this summer, I started some Aloes, Agaves, Anacampseros, Avonia, a few Mesembs and Moringa ovifolia. They're looking good. I have a ton of various Mesemb seeds that I'm waiting 'til end of August to sow. I know they can be started now with the right setting/placement (mostly out of the sun) but my only available spot in the greenhouse is too hot.

Anyhow, great stuff! Can't get enough.


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Thanks...the little Fenestraria shows I am in winter (mid), little elongted, but I have learned not to stress they come right again.


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My fenestraria looked god awful in early spring. I thought it was a goner and it absorbed itself and came back in spades


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Similar thing happened to me in around 2009, but it came back and its now 5x the size in width!


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I took a seed pod of my fenestaria and broke it over a void in a trough garden and I think they have sprouted. I am not much of a seed germinator. I took no extra care . We did have a slew of rain and this pot is in a zone where it gets wind blown rain but is otherwise covered.


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I seen it working before at a friend's place, and I had lithops germinating in a lithops pot without any help. So why not! LOL!


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A wonderful gallery of plants, and a great way to learn the names of succulents for me.


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Glad you like & can learn from them, Marguerite!


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