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Comment by Barb Z-7b Okla on July 25, 2012 at 5:02pm

I think as I TRYED to find it.. Is a crassula rubrigaulis. I looked at pages of plants and this one is the best match. It has recieved some afternoon sun from my east window and the tips of the leaves are turning crisom or redish. neat..

Comment by Beth Knight on July 25, 2012 at 10:32am

I think this is a coral cactus...interesting blooms.  Every year it puts out these darling little pink flowers all along the tops..

Comment by Freddy J. Hill on July 24, 2012 at 11:34pm

Marlene, a succulent dish garden is a dish, somewhere from 6" to 12" wide, more or less, and 2" to 4" deep.  The object is to create a piece of art, combining plant selection, plant position, pot color and texture and size, along with any trinkets you choose to add.  Many people use pieces of fissilized wood, rocks with character, old bones or an appropriately colored and contoured dressing.  The sky is the limit; just try to choose plants with the same growth rate if you can.

 

 

Comment by Barb Z-7b Okla on July 23, 2012 at 11:37pm

Well I left one out.. normal.. This one is tall and no color but it has not seen any sun either.. I found one on line, a crassula capiltlla campfire. neat plant. torn up some but I will keep that one inside for now in a east window.

This one:: Any clues??

Comment by Barb Z-7b Okla on July 23, 2012 at 10:22pm

I rescued some cactus and succulents from WG the last few days AFTER I told my self NO more plants for inside!! Well darn they were 1.29 and needed me!! So I had to get some. 3x now.  2 different Barrols too but pics tomorrow.. They were not taged so I have NO idea what they are..  So one at a time..

ONE. Echeveria sp. or a Graptopetalum sp. ??  

Two: Twisted cactus like form.. lol.. Fake flower, HOW to remove??

Three: Lithops.. Bromfieldii I think. but menellii, maybe..

Comment by Debra Jennings on July 22, 2012 at 9:11pm

Here are a couple of plants I have that I don't have names for. If anyone knows the names of these I would really appreciate it.

Comment by Debra Jennings on July 22, 2012 at 8:54pm

Gorgeous blooms Mary. I'm sorry the squirrels chewed on your Lithop. I have the same problem with squirrels here. I have to keep all of my cacti and succulents in planters on tables that the squirrels can't climb up on or they would eat them all.

Comment by Debra Jennings on July 22, 2012 at 8:52pm

Oooh, love your Curly Locks Grant! I can't wait for mine to get that big. I planted 100 seeds so here's hoping that at least some of them make it to maturity. Here's an updated picture of my Curly Locks seedlings.

Comment by Mary Adams-zone 6a on July 22, 2012 at 3:21pm

Thank you Nancy.

Comment by Nancy Mumpton - Phoenix AZ (Z 9) on July 22, 2012 at 2:15pm

Boy, those squirrels do a lot of damage. I would have to figure out some way to get the better of them, instead of the other way around. Love you pictures, Mary. The Echinopsis subdenudata flowers are just beautiful!

 

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