Mystery succulent

by Stacy Stevens
(Missouri)


any ideas?

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Jun 16, 2010
I'm stumped
by: Jacki

Hi Stacy,
This one looks a lot like Echeveria racemosa atropurpurea 'Brown Sugar' or Echeveria defractans x carnicolor except for the colour - it has a definite blue tinge to the leaves, and especially the flower stalk.

However, there are many hybrids that have been developed that are unnamed so you could have one of those.

Care is the same as for any of the other Echeveria, well drained soil, a good thorough drink periodically, allowing to dry out between, and bright light.

May 06, 2011
graptoveria
by: jacquie

graptoveria "fred Ives"
Very popular, easy growing. colours change dramatically through the seasons, rosettes can be 40cm + across.

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