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Garden works on blenkinsop had a few a couple weeks ago....they are around :)
I think it needs more light....is it kept indoors?
Could be Dudleya
I see them every now and again at nurseries around victoria. I"ve bought some within the last couple months at Cannor...keep checking I guess.
Could just need more light.
Thanks! I did a little more research and it appears you are correct...mine is smaller than yours and I managed to find some pics that are EXACTLY...
markinwestmich, you have some beautiful plants there! Some really nice aloes...I was wondering if you know what kind the large agave is in your...
you say you are keeping the soil dry but is it getting enough water?
#1 maybe pachyveria, #2 is a beautiful echeveria hybrid...love it!, # 3 possibly echeveria imbricata, #5 echeveria shaviana...sorry I can't be...
With just taking a quick look I'd say #1 is kalanchoe, #3 Jade "Hobbit", #6 pachyphytum & #7 a sempervivum.
# 1 looks like pilocereus
Definitely perle von nurnberg...TonyR, your right about spelling error...oops!
Echeveria Perle von Nuremburg
Looks like Euphorbia trigona to me...also called African milk tree.
Compare this pic with your 3rd pic.
Definitely an Echeveria. Echeverias often grow on short stems as in your pic. In pic 2 it looks to be making an inflorescence... check this pic, I...
#1 is an Aloe, # 2,3 & 4 are Echeveria, # 5 might be Graptopetalum or Graptoveria...sorry can't be more specific than that.
Can anyone id these 2 Aloes?
Opuntia Phaeacantha is apparently hardy to -8 Celsius or more. Here's a pic of mine...
Great pics! It looks very happy...I only wish mine had grown as much this winter!