December 2018 - Crassulaceae

May 2017 - May Blossom
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MikeT
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Re: December 2018 - Crassulaceae

Post by MikeT » Tue Jan 01, 2019 7:22 pm

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Diane wrote:
Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:18 pm
But I think the 12th photo is a Dudleya brittonii maybe? Not Graptopetalum
Not sure what happened there. When I went to edit, each name was against it's correct file, but the photo sequence was different to the listed file sequence. Several attachment numbers were 1 out. Does uploading a new file after placing some earlier ones in-line do this? Now edited to give the correct names. Echeveria amoena was wrongly labelled as prolifica, now corrected
Diane wrote:
Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:18 pm
In the end I have chosen Juster's contribution - it was a close run thing! (And she knows I covet her beautiful Dudleya!)
It really is a beauty, looks as if every leaf is perfect, which is very difficult to achieve; so easy to let something brush against a leaf and damage that farina
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Re: December 2018 - Crassulaceae

Post by juster » Tue Jan 01, 2019 10:28 pm

Thanks Mike, it's certainly a challenge to keep this plant unmarked and I don't entirely succeed. As you say, it's very easy to brush against it. I usually take it along to my branch Show, which is where Diane has seen it, but packing it in the car is a bit of a nightmare!
I love your pulvinata 'Ruby'.
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