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jack pot! (also need help iding a few)

Posted by CorpsmanCooper FL8b (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 25, 11 at 21:30

So, I posted this in the Cacti and Succulent board but I wanted to share with you guys too. I had heard Lowe's has there succulents and cacti on sale and I had a little bit of cash stowed away so I figured I would go take a look. I made out like a darn bandit! I spent almost the entire afternoon re-potting them all and putting them in a 50/50 of cactus mix and perlite. I ended up with 11 plants total (not to mention the 11 rooted leaflets I scavenged and potted separate), 3 hanging baskets (a steal at 47 cents a piece), and a bag of perlite. I paid just over $20! YAY! I think I did good!

1. Senecio jacobsenii (Trailing Jade). This picture was before I re-potted. It looks nicer now lol
Trailing Jade

2. Portulacaria afra "varieata" (Rainbow Elephant Bush. .
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3. Kalanchoe "Aurora Borealis"
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4. Crassula ovata 'Hobbit'
Crassula ovata 'Hobbit'

5. Aloe harlana (Mosaic aloe). I know it's in rough shape but I think with some TLC I'll be able to save it.
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6. Ok there's some question as to what this really is. The tag says it's Rhipsalis Cereuscula but some of the people in the Cacti/Succulent forum say it's possibly Hatiora salicornioides. Any ideas?
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7. This is a complete mystery to me. The tag says Echeveria Shaviana Cristata. Again, I googled it to check it was correct, as I do with all of my plants and it looks nothing like what came up.
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8. All this says is it's an assorted Echeveria. Help?
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9. I got this "assorted succulents" dish for $2 (stupid glued rocks on top!)I have no idea what any of the plants are in it. I mainly bought it for the succulent in the in front of the jade looking plant. This was another pot that was bone dry! There is a third plant in this but it looks to be dead. I'm going to try to revive it but I'm not holding my breath.
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10. This is the three plants re-potted. I need help with the names please
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RE: jack pot! (also need help iding a few)

Congratulations ! Great shopping spree. They are all beautiful. I am not able to help to ID the plants,but #5
I have all over. They are very hardy and your plant,will live. It is one that have come to use in burns,cuts,bites and in drinking its nectar for medicinal purpose. I have share this plant with many friends. Enjoy ! :-)

Felix


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RE: jack pot! (also need help iding a few)

Lucky you! Ever since visiting Southern California, I've wanted to try & grow succulents - the 1s out there are simply amazing.


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RE: jack pot! (also need help iding a few)

I love reading Latin names for plants with photos. Glad you scored so big.

My guess on #8 is Echevaria pulidonis


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RE: jack pot! (also need help iding a few)

Nice haul.
#6 looks like a form of the Drunkard's Dream that was mentioned in an earlier post.
#7 looks like some kind of crassula
#10 some kind of sedum and a non-variegated portulacaria


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