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ohhyouknow

Zone 9a Louisiana. @laurensuccs on instagram

x Pachyveria Powder Puff

  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2018
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ohhyouknow

Flowers taking their sweet time. It’s been raining over a month straight. Maybe three days no rain. Thunderstorms predicted this week. All my dudes reaching for light. ):

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2018
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ohhyouknow

Accidentally got this guy sunburnt. Pulled it out of the sun a bit and it’s looking a bit more powderpuffish and also about to bloom! @Yollymac gonna update you on these blooms. I have considered that maybe one of my old roommates had accidentally destroyed and replaced this guy with something “close enough” while I was house sitting for my inlaws back in nov. 🤔🤔🤔 can’t wait to find out lol

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Yollymac

Hi Lauren, as mentioned before, this plant is lovely, however it isn’t a powder puff. Looking forward to seeing the flowers so we can help you firm up the ID. 😊

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  • Season Icon Late WinterLate Winter 2018
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ohhyouknow

@Yollymac does this look right? Pink outside, yellow inside, 5 petals?

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Yollymac

These two are not the same plant. The second photo you posted is a Powder Puff. @Muzz67 @KelsiBriana @KariSamuel

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ohhyouknow

It is the same plant @Yollymac it has been in the same pot planted in the center of the same succulents as the day I got it.

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ohhyouknow

@yollymac I have so many photos of this same planter on my cloud right now. Nothing has changed.

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Yollymac

That’s very unusual. Let me review flowers of both.

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Yollymac

The farina on the first plant is very thin, on the second photo, it’s thick, has something happened there? Also the leaf shape is entirely different - one has thinner leaves and pointier. 🧐

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ohhyouknow

@Yollymac ok thank you. It looked very different when I first bought it. Over the winter I left this pot, and a few others including my wedding succulents inside and “forgot” about them for a few weeks, and they got really terribly stretched. They are growing back looking very different now, not sure if it was too traumatic or what. Edit: the farina, it does seem thinner to me now too. One of these pictures was taken at night with flash, and the other during the day.

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KariSamuel

I agree if you swipe from one to the other they appear completely different. One chubby and round, the other is flat and more pointed. I am still in full belief that our plants morph - looking like others, much depending on our soil, light, watering techniques and fertilizers.... 🤔 @Yollymac

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Yollymac

@KariSamuel - did you have a gander at the ICN link I posted? 😉

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KariSamuel

Yup! @Yollymac 😚

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Muzz67

I've not seen Powder puff this colour before ? It's very dark ? Link to P. Powderpuff on the ICN http://www.crassulaceae.ch/de/artikel?akID=147&aaID=2&aiID=P&aID=2103

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ohhyouknow

@Yollymac @Muzz67 @KariSamuel I went and made an album of all of the photos I could find of this plant back to when I first got it in November. Seems like I didn't take any pictures in January, which is a shame, because it's clear that that's when the biggest change happened. As you can see, this whole bowl was lacking in light for some time https://imgur.com/a/eCYAX

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  • Season Icon Late WinterLate Winter 2018
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ohhyouknow

#succulent #pachyveria #pachyveria-powderpuff #powder-puff #powderpuff

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Yollymac

This is xSedeveria Blue mist. http://www.crassulaceae.ch/de/artikel?akID=177&aaID=2&aiID=B&aID=1265

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ohhyouknow

@Yollymac I am certain that this is powder puff. It flowered last year and was labeled. I’ll upload a picture of them.

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Yollymac

@Muzz67 @KelsiBriana @KariSamuel - can I please get an ID confirmation here on blue mist? I am quite certain this is not powder puff. Will tag you in mine. Three specimens from 3 different suppliers.

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