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Discussion in 'Cacti and Succulents' started by dowtish, Nov 25, 2009.
Any id(ea)'s ?
A is most likely an Echeveria, B maybe an Aeonium which never got enough light, or if more succulent a CrassulaXEcheveria. C may be an Echeveria too, but that did not recieve enough light.
lovely plants!! rosemarie will know what they are. she may be busy with the holiday though, so, it may be a few days before she stops in.
A looks like a Echeveria. I think B is Echeveria Perle von Numberg, and C looks like Pachyveria Glauca. A looks in good health but both B and C look like they need more light.
Thanks for the response!
Unfortunately weather is not that great in the uk at the moment I think they all need a bit of hot sunshine!
They're located at a south facing window but light is limited at this time of year!
I think what the problem is a combination of in door tempetures with to low of light. If you could put the plant somewhere that is a round 5.c that should stop the plant from growing. Maybe a porch window or a cold frame. It just has to stay above freezing
Thanks, Joclyn! :) Not so busy this holiday.
I agree with Valley Succulents' IDs (with just slight variation on names) & advice.a
Echeveria (would be interesting to see its blooms, if that happens)
Echeveria 'Perle von Nurnberg'
/waves to rosemarie ;)
dowtish, you can always add some artificial lighting to compensate for lack of sunlight. don't need anything special either. just a basic desk lamp that takes a tube and use a 'grow light' type instead of the regular fluorescent type would do the trick.