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The smallest flowers Ive had!

Posted by greenlarry Eng 8/9 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 19, 06 at 7:10

I have been wating patiently for the flowers of my crassula perforata to open, and finally one has!
I just cant believe how tiny it is!

First to give a sense of scale, the flower stem:

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And then I homed in one the very top where the first one opened, its kind of a greeny brown colour!

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RE: The smallest flowers Ive had!

The lacy curtain,produces a beautiful background.A nice added touch.


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RE: The smallest flowers Ive had!

  • Posted by rodiq SE Europe (My Page) on
    Mon, Feb 20, 06 at 9:13

Small indeed, Larry. What about C.muscosa? I never knew this one flowers until someone told me.
Look at it! Can you see those flowers?

Here is a link that might be useful: Crassula muscosa


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RE: The smallest flowers Ive had!

Yes, can just about see them,at about the same scale as perforata,millimteres!


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