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Please I.d.

Posted by masterpenguin none (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 12, 14 at 22:38

Hello. Just came back from the Lotus Festival in Los Angeles. Can you please help I.d. these plants? Most curious about the first and last on the pics.

Thank you.


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Here is another view.


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Could you post close-ups?


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First is Euphorbia bupleurifolia, I think, last is crassula muscosa, synonymous with C. lycopodioides. In between that may be an albuca or ornithogallum of some type. Maybe A. 'Augrabies hill' or juncifolia. Black one is Aeonium arboretum either atropurpureum or 'Zwartkop.'

-Ming

This post was edited by mingtea on Sun, Jul 13, 14 at 0:19


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If you want to stab around at pictures for the bulb, I like this source, linked below.

-Ming

Here is a link that might be useful: pbs photos by genus


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Can't see clearly but second could be a ponytail plant?


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