Tag Archives: Echeveria

New Plants: Agave geminiflora & Echeveria setosa

Agave geminiflora Echeveria setosa These are my two most recent new plants. The Agave I got back at the end of March – it’s got a pup to be potted separately this spring (the leaves you can see going in … Continue reading

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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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Magnolia gradiflora & Myrtus communis seeds

Well lets try this seed thing again! I think last time the biggest problem was dry seeds that were no longer viable. You can’t get much fresher than these though! We go through a lot of Magnolia gradiflora leaves, but … Continue reading

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New Plants!

Had a fantastic day today – Visited a friend’s nursery* and wow. It may be a small (tiny) nursery compared to where I work be there was just so much that was so exciting and generally just all around different … Continue reading

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Half a year in succulents.

I was January 25, 2010 that I first mentioned I didn’t have any succulents. In a followup I decided that Sansevieria, Haworthia, Sedum morganianum, and Echeveria were basically what I was looking to get – and I did (among other … Continue reading

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New succulents

I’ve recently gotten a few new succulents. Echeveria Graptoveria ‘Fred Ives’ One new Echeveria Graptoveria ‘Fred Ives’. It’s a touch etiolated but I imagine that’s fixable. It’s fairly compact at the tip, it’s just got a long stem leading up … Continue reading

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Succulents, followup

So I have my list narrowed down to a few selections that might work out well for me. Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Hahnii’ Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Hahnii’ Tolerates less than perfect lighting, stays relatively small (to 12″ I believe? Varieties with less green … Continue reading

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