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My Southern California (zone 10a) garden has all kinds of plants mixed together; roses, ferns, succulents, vegetables,....
This potted #Graptopetalum ghost plant has produced a few #crested heads. #crestedsucculent #graptopetalum-ghostplant #ghostplant-graptopetalum #southerncalifornia 27 September 2020
Beautiful 😍 😍 from first glance though it was a dudleya greenei 😂
It DOES look like that! It would be nice if it was, @QT , I don't have that one. 😉💕
Here's an example of crested plant @philstalder ...
A broken branch of this #Graptopetalum paraguayense has produced a bunch of #babies. #graptopetalum-paraguayense #graptopetalumparaguayense #propagation #ghosty #graptopetalum-ghosty #southerncalifornia 8 August 2020😷😎💗
Wow I’ve never seen that happen before. Cool. 😎
Crazy isn't it? @philstalder 👏👏👏
It is and I think I have one of these. I’m going to pay more attention to it now. 🙂
Nice experiment @philstalder 🤓
#succulentid #plantid #succulent
I think Graptopetalum Tricolour
Thank you @KariSamuel !
Thank you @Yollymac !
Maybe Graptopetalum paraguayense
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