February 2018 - Early Bloomers

May 2017 - May Blossom
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Liz M
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Re: February 2018 - Early Bloomers

Post by Liz M » Tue Feb 27, 2018 5:25 pm

I thought I ought to put in my entries before it was too late, so here are just a few.
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Crassula perforata
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Crassula 'Tom Thumb'
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Crassula lactea
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Veltheimia bracteata
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Echeveria 'Mahogany Rose'
Obsessive Crassulaceae lover but also grow, Aloes, Agaves, Haworthias and a select number of Cacti
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Re: February 2018 - Early Bloomers

Post by Frank103 » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:16 am

I admit this was a difficult subject but there have been some great entries to choose from nonetheless! I really liked Jim Mercer's Crassula ovata as well as Liz M's Veltheimia bracteata, but my first prize goes to Suculentia for an Aloe speciosa with fantastic colour and texture. Suculentia, please choose the topic for March!
Mainly cacti, with a preference for Mexican ones, but I'm flexible!

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