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sarahkbartley

9a🌱🌡 From apartment garden, to house with a large yard. I'm starting from scratch and I get to be a plant nerd with my Dad in the process 🌰🌱🌿🌲

Aeonium Cyclops

  • Season Icon Late AutumnLate Autumn 2019
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sarahkbartley

Another search and #rescue #plant found in the back side of my #apartmentgarden First the Jade Plant, now this unidentified plant ( PlantID #succulentID ), #uprooted from it's original plant about 20ft (6meters) away. Either it was the #wind #storm or the #apartment #gardener Poor little plant. Well, I'm here to save it. I'm currently out of soil, so hopefully if I keep watering it, it'll make it until Friday when I can get more soil 😬Watering it and rain until then β˜” #plants #echeveria #roots

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lesliecole49

It looks like it might be a type of sedum but, I'm not sure

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sarahkbartley

Thanks @lesliecole49 it's definitely an echeveria of some kind, but echeverias can be sedums too. It also may be a little unhealthy and unwatered, so I'm not sure if the black is supposed to be there, but it might. The roots also look a little dry, too. There are more in the ground about 20ft away, next to someone else's #patio and the gardener is not watering them and neither are the people living there.

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sarahkbartley

I might be able to get a good picture of the top in a little later today or tomorrow.

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angiie

Have you considered the possibility of it being an Aeonium? Sometimes they are confused with Echeverias too.

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sarahkbartley

It definitely could be @angiie Honestly just a guess. I'll look into it.

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angiie

Lol... Mine is a guess also 😣😂😄 But check it out. If not, post another picture when you get the chance 😉😊

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lovestogarden

Looks like Aeonium to me.

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lesliecole49

My votes on @lovestogarden

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sarahkbartley

Could it be black rose @lovestogarden ? It's wasn't very well taken care of before it was uprooted. There's a picture of the top in my next photo.

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lovestogarden

I am not sure of that variety. Beautiful it is though!

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sarahkbartley

It was identified as Cyclops @lovestogarden until corrected.

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