Tag Archives: Aloe

Aloe I.D.?

Considering this plant. It is awesome but also expensive. 6″ pot, dwarf and clump forming are both things I like in my Aloes and this one adds some very nice colour. Also, anyone know what it might be?

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An update on Echeverias (and an Aloe)

Just a few plants with updated IDs. This was purchased as a NOID. Guessed to be an Echeveria ‘Perle von Nurnbug’ at first. I now think it’s a Graptoveria ‘Fred Ives’. The leaves are much longer than the rounded leaves … Continue reading

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New Succulents – Some IDs needed.

I was at Wal-Mart and thought I’d better check out their plant section, just in case and I’m glad I did! Amongst the pots of dead cacti which looked like they’d never been watered I found a nice pot of … Continue reading

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Aloe flowers open + More succulent pictures

Closer Closer still. While I had my camera equipment set up (cough – lamp turned on, stool in front of a large speaker) I decided to shoot a my Echeveria I’m still waiting on and another that’s not going to … Continue reading

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Some flowers that missed Bloom Day

These are both first time flowerers for me and even though I’ve got a pretty good idea what they’ll look like they’ll still be nice to see. I’m sure I won’t be disapointed, both are beautiful even just in bud … Continue reading

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The waiting game: shoots and buds.

I have a lot that will be going on sometime later. I’ve even got a few first blooms for some plants, and first re-blooms for others, which is pretty exciting, or at least it will be. Unknown Aloe hybrid Both … Continue reading

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New Haworthia & Maybe an Aloe descoingii x Aloe haworthioides

Likely Haworthia minima? Possibly Aloe descoingsii x Aloe haworthioides The second is a tiny plant, forming a decent looking clump in a 2.5″ pot. Small hooks on the edges of the leaves and in a single row down the center … Continue reading

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