Unknown succulents

by Nina
(South Africa)

Unknown succulent 1 Crassula Bluebird Variegated

Unknown succulent 1 Crassula Bluebird Variegated

Unknown succulent 1 Crassula Bluebird Variegated
Unknown succulent 2 some type of Crassula?
Unknown succulent 3 Echeveria
Unknown succulent 4 Kalanchoe thyrsiflora

Please help identify these succulents. Can't find any info on google. Thank you

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Aug 27, 2017
Listed in Captions
by: Jacki

I've put some suggestions in the captions of each photo. Without seeing how the plants grow, it's hard to pin it down.

More on Crassula and Kalanchoe here.

See how to grow Echeveria here.

Sep 09, 2017
Crassula Swaziensis variegated
by: Nina

I found the name of my succulent 1.
Crassula Swaziensis variegated

Sep 09, 2017
Good work!
by: Jacki

Nina, that's excellent! Sometimes all you need is a nudge in the right direction.

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Unknown succulents

by Nina
(South Africa)

Succulent 5 x Sedeveria 'Pats Pink'

Succulent 5 x Sedeveria 'Pats Pink'

Succulent 5 x Sedeveria 'Pats Pink'
Succulent 6 Sempervivum 'Sir William Laurence'
Succulent 7 & 8 Sempervivum arachnoideum
Succulent 9 Echeveria setosa

I bought these succulents at a nursery but they don't add any name to identify the type of succulent it is. Please help to identify, i'm struggling to find identifications on google. Thank you

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Aug 27, 2017
More Suggestions
by: Jacki

Here are more suggestions for your second group.
I don't have specific page on x Sedeveria, but these plants are hybrids between Sedum and Echeveria, meaning that they sometimes show characteristics of both parents, some more than others.

More about Sempervivum here, and Cobweb Sempervivum here.

The final one is Echeveria setosa, a nice little fuzzy one.

Please keep in mind that not all of these plants are hardy. Some are, which means they prefer to be grown outdoors, and will take surprisingly low temperatures.

All of these plants need bright light.

Aug 27, 2017
Appreciated
by: Nina

Thank you for the quick response. Very much appreciated. This info does help a lot.

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Unknown succulents

by Nina
(South Africa)

The green rose-like with red tips - Echeveria

The green rose-like with red tips - Echeveria

The green rose-like with red tips - Echeveria
The pinkish succulent - x Pachyveria?

I got these from my husbands grandmother. Love how they look but very curious about their identities. I currently name them "Ouma Baby" plants (in afrikaans)
Ouma-grandmother.

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Aug 27, 2017
More suggestions
by: Jacki

These are a little harder to determine an identity. The top one is most likely some kind of Echeveria, and the lower one is a Pachyphytum/Echeveria cross.

There are lots of these and it's hard to differentiate between them.

More on those here; x Pachyveria.

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Unknown succulents 3

by Nina
(South Africa)

Unknown succulent 10  Some kind of Ice Plant

Unknown succulent 10 Some kind of Ice Plant

Unknown succulent 10  Some kind of Ice Plant
Unknown succulent 11 Some kind of Echeveria (Lola?)
Unknown succulent 12 Pachyphytum

Also bought these without any identification of them. Thank You

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Unknown succulent Cotyledon

by Nina
(South Africa)

Cotyledon orbiculata

Cotyledon orbiculata

I've taken a better photo. Leaves are flat on the inside and round on the outside

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Aug 27, 2017
Cotyledon orbiculata
by: Jacki

This could be the plant called pig's ear (Eng.); plakkie, platjies, varkoorblare, varkoor, kouterie (Afr.)

It's a beautiful and interesting plant, love the red outline and tips!

Aug 27, 2017
Succulent
by: Nina

Me too :) Thank you very much!

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