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lovestogarden

My Southern California (zone 10a) garden has all kinds of plants mixed together; roses, ferns, succulents, vegetables,....

Echeveria Setosa var. Setosa

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lovestogarden

A beautiful flower on this #Echeveria setosa. #echeveriasetosa #succulentflower #closeup #southerncalifornia 10 July 2019

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gjones

That's so pretty already!

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matewe

Lovely 💚💖

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columbiariver

Oh! It's lovely 😍

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Annettenoosa

Super photo ❣

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lovestogarden

A beautiful flower on this #Echeveria setosa. #echeveriasetosa #succulentflower #collage #southerncalifornia 10 July 2019

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gjones

Wow! Loaded with buds😍

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mardel

That is a beautiful flower...none of my succulents have ever flowered for me

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lovestogarden

@mardel don't be discouraged. My succulents bloom a lot because of the sun they get. @KariSamuel has also said her plants don't bloom because of her weather. We all have different zones and must enjoy some plants through others. 💗 🤗

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KariSamuel

Oh Sweetheart... @mardel, as Janice has said, most of *our* succulents will never see blooms, as it is impossible with our very different growing seasons! In fact, I have had blooms on only 3 of my many, many, MANY succulents! Three! That's it. Most succulents need a long, continuous, warm growing season. It just can't happen when we have temps that dip below 55°F... it is just our luck! 🥰 One reason I love Gtags so stinking much is that we can live vicariously through others! 😘

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lovestogarden

Me too @KariSamuel. My warmth keeps me from plants I love too. I do vicariously enjoy so many on here though. 💗

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mardel

@KariSamuel @lovestogarden Thank you ladies...I love living through other eyes.

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lovestogarden

@KariSamuel @mardel 💞

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lovestogarden

Sadly I over watered this lady. I am happy to say that by unearthing her, drying her out for a long time and decapitating her, she seems to have survived (😂). The head on the left has made roots and there is new growth starting on the original stem, on the right. I am so happy. #succulent #overwatered #succulentadvice #mexicanfirecracker #echeveria #echeveria-mexicanfirecracker #echeveriasetosa #echeveria-setosa #southerncalifornia #california 30 August 2018

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lesliecole49

If we didn't know you are talking plants, someone might be concerned about that statement....? 😂😂 I'm very happy for you, I think...

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lovestogarden

😂 yep. Totally understandable! 😂😂😂 @lesliecole49

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sherrisgarden

Winning !!

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gjones

It looks so cute and fuzzy. When it's red it looks like a it's wearing a warm coat!

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haleyt901

They sure do want to live. Rot can happen so fast with succulents, but if u catch it in time, not only do you avert disaster, as a thank you, you get a bonus plant. #andthentherewere2

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lovestogarden

Wait, @gjones! It has never turned red! It has always looked like this. Do I have it labeled wrong? L

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lovestogarden

That is a nice way to think of it @sherrisgarden and @haleyt901! ❤️😂

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gjones

I'm confused- the left is the beheaded part which has rerooted. The right is the original stem which looks red fuzzy to me and has 2 new little shoots forming. Right?

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lovestogarden

Help me identify this plant, please. #succulent #plantid #succulentid #fuzzy @Soph1e @Muzz67 any idea?

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llamadrama

Ooh I just wanna cuddle up to this one!

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buzz40

The only one I know like that Janice, is pussy ears (kalanchoe tomentosa).

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Soja412

Looks like my Echeveria Doris Taylor, I call it tarantula fuzz lol

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Soja412

Or echeveria setosa, I'm not sure on how to tell the 2 apart yet.

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veepaisal

Looks more like Doris Taylor to me. Setosa isn’t that fuzzy.

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Soph1e

I'd go with either E. pulvinata or Doris Taylor @lovestogarden. It's a beautiful plant.

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Muzz67

I think maybe Echeveria Setosa .Look here www.crassulaceae.ch/de/artikel?akID=48&aaID=2&aiID=S&aID=1914

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Yollymac

I agree with Echeveria. Would like to see a side on.

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lovestogarden

Thank you all so very much with your help on the identity! I would have wanted to cuddle up to this one too, Eva, but then @Soja412 mentioned 🕷 and, YIKES, it is! 😱 🏃@llamadrama @buzz40 @Yollymac @marlynroses @veepaisal @Soph1e @Muzz67

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Soja412

🕷 but it's not one! so it's safe for a little cuddling haha

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lovestogarden

😂 @Soja412

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