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At a Certain Angle and a Certain Light...

Posted by hanzrobo 11 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 1, 11 at 1:46

They're known to be quite handsome.

Argyroderma in bloom
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Lithops
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Faucaria
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A Mesemb I got from the neighbor, the name escapes me
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RE: At a Certain Angle and a Certain Light...

Well, you must have had the right angle and the right light because those are quite handsome indeed!

Thanks for the pix.

tj


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Beautifully grown Faucaria (tigrina?) and love the Argies (framesii??) DO you know? LAst one with vivid colours is also inspiring (Cephalophyllum??)

Just beautiful - thanks for showing.


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WOW! Very beautiful! I'm envious!

~Erin~


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Oh my. Your flowers and plants look amazing. Thank you for sharing the photos. Makes me want to grow more of them.


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  • Posted by hoovb z9 Southern CA (My Page) on
    Thu, Dec 1, 11 at 22:52

Lovely at any angle, and in any light!


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RE: At a Certain Angle and a Certain Light...

Thanks, everybody. It was a great day for flowers and lighting.

Rian, I know... sorry for not being specific, it was late. You would know better than I about the Argies. I do have a small variety of Argy seedlings in the greenhouse but the few adults I have were unlabeled at purchase. Also, I find them hard to distinguish.
The others, yes, Faucaria tigrina with very pink teeth, and probably Cephalophyllum alstonii.


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On the same road as you with the Argies, just decided I need to get as much species as possible to learn about their id, they are so much the same... It so much fun and gives you bragging rights when they flower!


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Sweet flowers there! That first shot reminded me of a sea anemone. heh


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