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Is this a crested echeveria? And what do I do with it?

Posted by teresanoh none (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 13, 14 at 15:03

I bought this plant because I had never seen anything like it, and it looks very healthy. After doing a little research I think it might be a crested echeveria, but having never seen one, and still learning about the different types of succulents, I'm not sure. Any thoughts as to what I have? Also, should I/can I divide it so I can see more of the stem? I will add another picture showing the stems. Thanks for any thoughts and help you are all so generous providing!

Teresa


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RE: Is this a crested echeveria? And what do I do with it?

This shows the plant's stems.


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RE: Is this a crested echeveria? And what do I do with it?

Congrats, you have your very own Echeveria runyonii 'Topsy Turvy' f. cristata. I find the flowers quuite attractive.

Here is a link that might be useful: Echeveria runyonii 'Topsy Turvy' f. cristata


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RE: Is this a crested echeveria? And what do I do with it?

Thank you seedmoney for the id. Will it be okay to divide it? There seem to be several discreet stems.


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