Very pretty look great in that pot!! I have a hard time finding small shallow ones I’m thinking of using large shallow bowls??? Or those old/fashion gravy bowls. Anyway they look very content where they are sitting. Good job.
Bo I seem to remember a recent discussion about this on fb page .lol I then had to rename my starburst to Graptosedum Francesco Baldi .I do think it look like it .This one maybe grown in shade .It may colour up more with more sun ? @succulentandfriends
Hmmmm 🤔 thinking like @muzz67 @succulentplants @succulentandfriends What's kind of thrown me off track is the space between each of the leaves! Not a compact grower so the pachyveria a definite no ! This has long, smooth slender leaves with rounded tips and grows open rather than a rosette... still looking!
Thanks a bunch for all the brain storming and head scratching my friends @succulentandfriends @succulentsplants @cazz47 @Muzz67! I was even more confused as the pieces somehow were not fitting well. Yes Caroline pachyphitum longifolium looks more close to it. Now, how about pachy. Hookerii?