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Echeveria multicaulis

Posted by paracelsus z9b SF bay area CA (My Page) on
Mon, May 1, 06 at 18:55

This is a different sort of Echeveria. It has very small rosettes on thick smooth stems. It has lovely coloration but shows some small scars from living outside.

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RE: Echeveria multicaulis

I don't really care for most Echeveria, can't really grow them here without etiolating, but this one is really nice. Thanks for sharing.
Lincoln, NE USDA zone 5

RE: Echeveria multicaulis

brad - lovely goes on the 'wants' list for sure. tfs - jo

RE: Echeveria multicaulis

I bought this one hoping I could rescue it. Do think it has a chance? Since this picture has been taken (last Friday 4-11-14) it has lost more leaves :-(

RE: Echeveria multicaulis

I live in Northern California and have quite a few of those I just love them! Yours is especially a beauty. Thanks for sharing!

RE: Echeveria multicaulis

I like the spots on the leaves. They make the plant look like it plays outdoors and belongs. Nice.

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