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3 unknown succulents

Posted by karyn1 7a (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 21, 12 at 6:52

I've had these for a while. At one point I knew the name of the 1st one but have never bothered finding out what the other 2 are. There's always pieces breaking off that I've stuck in other pots and now they are everywhere.
Thanks

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RE: 3 unknown succulents

Hi Karyn,

I'd suggest the 2nd & 3rd pix are Crassula perforata, charming the 3rd pic w/ it blooming. Last MAY be a Graptopetallum or Graptovera of some kind, all nice.


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RE: 3 unknown succulents

The 1st is Senecio articulatus or maybe Monadenium sp


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RE: 3 unknown succulents

Thanks for the ID's. Howard Seneico sounds familar so that's most likely correct. I have a Crassula capitella that has blooms very similar to the Crassula perforata but the capitella's leaves drop after flowering (and take root absolutely everywhere!!!). The perforata has remained intact.


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RE: 3 unknown succulents

Karyn, Seneico should sound familiar, since I got my little guy from you


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RE: 3 unknown succulents

I'm inclined to Kleinia but agree on the Crassula - one used C. p. to great effect as ground cover in San Diego. I think that was also what Geoff's tortoise was gnawing on, too.


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RE: 3 unknown succulents

I have a couple varieties of Kleinia and don't think that's it. I'm pretty sure it's Senecio Articulatus Variegata.


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