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Profile Image Matthew Hynes

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I'm an amateur plant lover in Calgary (4a) who got hooked on succulents a few years ago. Having fun learning and experimenting. Loving the challenge.

Echeveria Agavoides Lem

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Progress photo, new growth. #resilient

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Progress photo, post hail damage

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Winter repot

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Progress photo (shared pot)

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gjones

Looking great!

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gjones

Looks so healthy!

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Progress photo of the smaller plant

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Progress photo, the little #agavoides-lemaire seems to be doing better then its parent plant. Might lose a leaf or two but that's okay.

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Progress photo, pretty burnt but he should pull through.

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Another #agavoides-lemaire pup because one is never enough 😉

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Got a little scorched but I think he'll be okay

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Gave this little guy some more room. Still not sure what he is. Some type of echeveria I imagine?

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kaigia

An #agavoides of some kind, I'm not sure.

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Thanks so much

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Help me identify this plant

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