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Love succulents especially Echeveria. Growing my collection
Zone 9b South Florida
I guess its done being #crested and wants to be normal now
Where do flowers form on this one?
@gjones on the ends apparently although mine has yet to bloom
I heard a top succulent guy say that you can pinch off the "normal" grown to keep them crested. Some apparently want to revert back and this prevents it.
@lovestogarden maybe I'll transplant them to their own pot and have both
#newgrowth #succulents #evesneedle
Help me identify this plant
Can you help Hannah with a #plantid please, @Muzz67 @hazec @Soph1e ? #succulentid
Looks like a crested eve's needle cactus. Lemme know what you think
I thought about that too @llamadrama but it doesn't have needles.
Those pointy things are the needles. They're not sharp as you would imagine a "needle". It could also be opuntia subulata montrose cristata, I believe that's an existing plant haha
That seems closer to me. Definitely in the family somewhere. Thanks for your help!
It does look like an #evesneedlecactus @llamadrama 💚☺
It's very healthy! Very pretty!💚
@PunkyKy its weird though because every once in a while a piece will rot away but it always heals up and scars. Not sure why it does that 😕
Could be a sedum ruprestre cristatum
Aka Wayne's Brain https://goo.gl/images/59tFfm
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