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PunkyKy

I started out with succulents. Then tried some herbs and flowers. Then I found my Love for CARNIVOROUS PLANTS! I'M HOOKED! I'm in zone 8b. NE tx

Echeveria Dick's Pink

  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2018
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PunkyKy

Help me identify this plant @echeveriasstolemyheart @Yollymac @lovestogarden @sherrisgarden @CraftTeaFox @Soph1e Do you guys know what this one may be?

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sherrisgarden

#plantid #succulentid

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sherrisgarden

My guess is possibly Dicks Pink. But let the experts help us out .

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PunkyKy

I was thinking Dicks pink too @sherrisgarden

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Soph1e

The colouring looks right but I can't tell from the photo if the edges are frilly enough to be 'Dick's Pink'

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PunkyKy

Thank you @Soph1e you are great! I'll try and take a better pic for you!

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lovestogarden

I'm going with @Soph1e. @sherrisgarden ❤️❤️

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Yollymac

Honestly I think this plant is just too young to identify. Curly and Frilly Echeveria changes a huge amount before they reach maturity between 2 to 4 years or first to second flowering. There are those far more experienced than I who would not ID this plant until then. If it were my plant, I would simply label it as Echeveria Unknown until more info becomes available. Especially since we don't want to lead other users down the garden path. @lovestogarden @PunkyKy @Soph1e @sherrisgarden

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CraftTeaFox

Cute little pup! Yes give her lot of love and sunshine and eventually you will see her adult form which will make it easier to identify. Enjoy watching her grow 🌱🌵

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PunkyKy

Thank you 💗💗 @Yollymac @craftteafox but it was alot bigger... it just lost a lot of its leaves when I first got it... it wasn't very healthy. I've had it almost a year now...about 9 months... it was about 4.5" across when I first got it with its other leaves intact. Does that make a difference in identifying it now?

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Yollymac

I'd wait for flowers, even so. I have seen Dick's Pink vary from blues to green pinks. Up to you, I guess.

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PunkyKy

Thank you 💗 @Yollymac I was looking for opinions of some of the best people. I got some great ones. I too had thought it to be 'Dicks Pink' myself.... I hope it flowers so we can tell for sure. 🌸🤗

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