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Lets play the id game (Think I have most of them down)

Posted by suivezmoi 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 26, 14 at 3:56

So I have been trying to get names of all my plants just so I know what I have. I decided today to take pictures of all of them and list them here with what I think they are (if I know) to finalize it. I did realize how far my addiction has gone, I think I have 44 plants and I only started with this hobby a little over a month ago.
Let me know if I need to correct anything, and feel free to comment on health if I need to change anything with them :)

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3:
4:

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5:
6: String of Buttons Crassula perforate”

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7: Some kind of grafted cacti
8: Moon Cactus (Gymnocalycium Minhanouichii)
9: Some kind of Astrophytum. It had yellow kind of hairy flowers.

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10: Aeonium percarneum “Kiwi”
11: Campfire (Crassula Capitella)
12: Mini Pine Tree (Crassula tetragona)
13:Some kind of sedum

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14:

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15:

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16: Some kind of aloe

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17: Chocolate Soldier (Kalanchoe Tomentesa)

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18: Dorstenia foetida

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19: Donkey Tail (Sedum morganianum)

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20: Crassula Ovata

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21: (Euphorbia neriifolia 'Cristata Variegata')

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22: Little Gem (Sedum X Cremnosedum )

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23: Desert Rose (Adenium obesum)

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24: Zebra Plant (Hawthoria Fasciata)

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25: Crassulaceae X Graptoveria Debbie


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26: String of Buttons (Crassula perforate)

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27: Corn Cob Cactus (Euphorbia Mammillaris)

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28: Bunny Ear Cactus (Opuntia microdasys)

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29: Snowflake (Eurphorbia Horrida)

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30:

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31: Aloe Carmine

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32: Persian Carpet Flower (Edithcolea Grandis)

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33: Plaid Cactus (Gymnocalycium mihanovichii friedrichii)

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34:

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35:repeat of 34

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36: Bear Paw’s (Cotyledon tomentosa subsp. ladismithensis)

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37:

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39: Curosity Plant Rojo Cactus (Cereus Peruvians Monstrosa)

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40: Euphoribia Spiralis Cristata

These next few are all gonna go into the same pot. If any of them won't play nice with the other let me know.

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41: Wooly Rose ( Echeveria 'Doris Taylor')

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42: 'Tip Top' (Aeonium arboreum )

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43: Moonglow ( Crassulaceae X Graptoveria )

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44: Gollum Jade (Crassula ovata 'Gollum)

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46: some kind of graptoveria


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RE: Lets play the id game (Think I have most of them down)

What interesting containers you have! Number 30 is Pickle Cactus Ice Plant (Delosperma echinatum). Cool plant and I see yours is blooming.
I question the id of number 41 being Echeveria 'Doris Taylor'. It looks more like Echeveria harmsii or E. set-oliver or E. pulvinata to me. My 'Doris Taylor' has very broad leaves. Has your plant bloomed? That would help nail an id.


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RE: Lets play the id game (Think I have most of them down)

Thanks, I like weird planters as much as I like plants at this point.

It has not bloomed yet, I got it about 2 days ago. A lot of these are just.Google image searches and me thinking they look pretty similar. What else might it be?


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What a lovely collection! And definitely love the planters! I am also new to collecting succulents and have to remind myself that winter is coming and won't be able to keep them all happy if I bring more home :(
My favorites are crassulas and I am also happy owner of a Bear paw (oh soo cute little paws!)

What my (not expert) eyes see: some are planted in a peaty soil which becomes hydrophobic if dried out to a certain level. Consider repotting them.
The Crassula ovata is a little skinny, probably needs more frequent watering to make the leaves plump again.


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You've got an amazing collection there! #46 is Graptosedum 'Vera Higgins', but that's all I know that's unlabeled. Good luck finding the rest. :)


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Melissa,
About #40. I truly beleive it is E. spiralis cristata and not a huernia cresta. I looked over this for a week and even spent lots of time on the internet looking for proof. As Howard and Rosemarie had stated in just minuets looking at it. Shows how dum I am.
And thank you so much checking on getting me one. I don't need one now.
You sure got some collection. You need to put it all down on something. I use a spreadsheet on my computer to log the names, price, from where or who, and date. You will be surprised to know how many times you will refer to this list.
Stush


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Omg... There all beautiful you deserve a standing ovation thanks for sharing.

Greg


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#15 Portulacaria Afra
#29 Euphorbia Snowflakes is a polygona
#31 Not 100 % as they have so many looks to be the same as Aloe Cristmas carol.

This post was edited by nomen_nudum on Mon, Jul 28, 14 at 6:13


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RE: Lets play the id game (Think I have most of them down)

Thanks y'all. This has been really helpful.

Stush I will have to do that. I like the pictures too so I can see that some of them are actually growing and doing things.


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RE: Lets play the id game (Think I have most of them down)

number 1 is a blue barrel cactus I think

number 14 is a Blue Turk's Cap Cactus-Melocactus Azureus, I think


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2 or 3 might be a Myrtillocactus geometrizans


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#3 is a blue myrtle cactus


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Here's a pic of my myrtle cactus


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Both #2 are stenocereus pruinosis


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Those look awesome. Love that pot too.


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Here's my stenocereus pruinosis in my pot that says made in west Germany on the bottom.


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RE: Lets play the id game (Think I have most of them down)

Here's my stenocereus pruinosis in my pot that says made in west Germany on the bottom.


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