Echeveria NOID

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  1. BikerDoc5968

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    The flowers are just beginning to open and the rosettes are just so neat!!!! But I can't find an ID for this one...any help.... Thanks!!!!!!

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  2. Rosemarie

    Rosemarie Active Member

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    Ooo, that IS a beauty! I believe it is an Echeveria purpusorum cv. (The species has mottling & not so many leaves as yours.) One company was selling them as Echeveria parva, but there is no such thing. You'll find many misnamed plant pix online.
     
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    wow! that is gorgeous!!!! both the plant and the flower!
     
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    BikerDoc, There is a pink flowering one with leaves (?) like yours, but the leaves may be a bit more silverish, I can't remember. I lived in Sacramento yrs. ago. They aren't as available here in Wash., tho seem to do well. There are probably more colors available also. barb
     

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