Basket of Unknown Beauty

by Angela
(Conifer, CO)


I bought this basket of succulents at the grocery store and they are beautiful. I have yellow, orange and red flowers. The flowers are amazing. What are they, and how can I care for them?

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Jul 07, 2010
My YouTube channel
by: Surroundx


Look at these and see if you know them -
Surroundx unknown succulent plants

Jul 06, 2010
Please share!
by: Jacki

Surroundx, would you like to post your link here?

Jul 06, 2010
YouTube
by: Surroundx

Helping other people identify succulents is one of my favorite aspects. But I don't know every species/variety/cultivar. I have 6 videos of unidentified succulents of my own on YouTube.

Jul 06, 2010
Portulaca 'Sun Jewels' it is
by: Jacki

What a fabulous name - that describes this gorgeous plant exactly!

Thanks again, Surroundx - any time you want a job, just come back here and identify all the lost succulents!

Jul 06, 2010
Portulaca
by: Surroundx

It is Portulaca 'Sun Jewels'.

Jul 05, 2010
Good to know!
by: Jacki

Thanks, Janie. I'll have to look out for these, as they are gorgeous.

Jul 05, 2010
Unknown succulents
by: Janie

That is definitely portulaca. I have some on my front porch and they're just lovely!

Jun 30, 2010
unknown succulents
by: Jacki

I'm not sure, but these almost look like Portulaca, which has flowers similar to these, in a cup shape and in many different colours. From the picture, these are a bit bigger than the common annual type, but there are other ones that get bigger and are perennial. Hope you can keep these growing and flowering the way they are - they're beautiful!

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