I'm brand new to the hobby and my interest lies towards the non cactus side of succulents. I'm hoping to make some unique terrarium displays.
I ordered a mixed seed pack at Easter and now hv some gorgeous tiny plantlets. Id be grateful for a few rough IDs so I can research their suitability to my purpose. There is one plant type that has grown very well and looks suited to a rockery so I need to home them straight away and get the others into better drained pots.
Any and all advice is VERY WELCOME Thanks in Advance
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I'm not convinced that there are any Echeveria in your seed tray. I just see two types of Sedum, both of which look like hardy species to me. Keep them going for now as you are, but, as you say, they will perform better in an out door rockery or trough rather than a terrarium in the long term.
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