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kaigia

I love indoor plants and have a small outdoor garden. I live in Manitoba (Zone 3).

Echeveria Alfred

  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2019
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kaigia

It looks like my Moon Fairy is producing its first bloom! 25 March 2019💚

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dpkgujar

Stunning 🌿😍

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kylers

Lovely photo 👍🏻👍🏻

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gjones

Great looking plant! Isn't it nice when they decide to bloom😊

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kaigia

Thank you! @dpkgujar

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kaigia

It is exciting to see a first bloom. @kylers

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kaigia

I am waiting patiently to see the yellow colour showing through. @gjones

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dpkgujar

You're welcome @kaigia 😇

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terrimclaughlin

Just beautiful what a gorgeous color but that’s an amazing photo!!👍🏻👍🏻🤗😊💕

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kaigia

Thank you, this is one of my favourite succulents. @terrimclaughlin

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2018
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kaigia

Help me identify this plant, @KelsiBriana. Sorry it took so long, but here is the updated picture of my rosette succulent.

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KelsiBriana

I think it looks like echeveria 'Alfred' from this angle. Are the leaves thick? Has it ever flowered?

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kaigia

It has not flowered, but it's been indoors, but I will be moving it outdoors soon. Yes, it's leaves are thick.

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KelsiBriana

@DonNotDonny Thoughts?

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DonNotDonny

I agree, @KelsiBriana looks like Alfred, aka Moon Fairy. From the thickness, blue-green color and pink stressed ends to the grooved tips. I'd give it that ID, and when it flowers they will be bright yellow for sure.

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KelsiBriana

@kaigia What do you think?

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kaigia

I have looked online and I do agree, Echeveria 'Alfred' appears to be the closest match! Thanks to both of you for your help.@KelsiBriana @DonNotDonny

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KelsiBriana

No problem!

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DonNotDonny

You're welcome. Moon Fairy is one of the best echeverias to watch grow. They start out very wide and pudgy and become elongated as they age. Yours is a very nice specimen.

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pinkroom

Is that in a measuring cup? We made a succulent terrarium in one and love it!

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dorothyjane

What is this plant it has jumped up in a patio tub?

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kaigia

@pinkroom @dorothyjane It is in an old fruit punch cup. I just have to be careful when watering it because it has no holes at the bottom.

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