Identification: ID please

Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by omnithought2004, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. omnithought2004

    omnithought2004 Active Member

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    i've had these for a while if some one can tell me what the are it would help me alot thanks


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  2. Rosemarie

    Rosemarie Active Member

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    1st pic looks like an Aloe. I don't know which.
    2nd is a Haworthia....might be a retusa type or turgida (longibracteata could be part of the name)- Hard to say.
    3rd might be a Coryphantha echinoidea on the left, perhaps Myrtillocactus geometrizans on the right.
    4th is a type of Opuntia & Kalanchoe x kewensis
    5th (as stated in another post) Aeonium on the left, Graptopetalum or Sedum in center, Kalanchoe marmorata on right.
     
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    thanks i can finally take care of tem better knowing what they are omni
     
  4. Michael F

    Michael F Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    As an aside, do your glass bowls (pics 1 & 2) have a drainage hole in the bottom? If no, you'd best transfer the plants to a different container that does have a drainage hole.
     

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