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Xaylia

Succulent addict. Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Echeveria Silver Queen

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Xaylia

My first hypertufa pot. Having so much fun with hypertufa.

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Xaylia

Starting to get some pink 😍

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Xaylia

Such a beautiful leaf baby 😍

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Xaylia

@DonNotDonny thank you for identifying this one 😊

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DonNotDonny

You're welcome, Kathy.👍🏻

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Xaylia

Enjoying the beautiful winter sunshine 😍

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Xaylia

Leaf babies. This one has several double tipped leaves. Will be interesting to watch it grow. Looks like it might be a mutant!

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Xaylia

Taken in May

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Xaylia

@Yollymac side on view 😊

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Xaylia

Taken in May.

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Xaylia

@Yollymac another side on view

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Xaylia

Leaf babies! 😍 I love how easy these are to propagate. #leafbabies #propagation #succulent

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Xaylia

Photo taken in May. It has grown a lot since then. 😊

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Yollymac

This is good! All this info helps! May I please see a side on so as to see the leaf thickness please?

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Xaylia

Help me identify this plant

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teamgardentags

Hi Kathleen 👋 Thanks for posting your first photo. 👏 You can find other like-minded gardeners to follow by tapping Discover and "Popular" or "Recommended". If you need to reply to a user or just want to say "hi", simply @username an individual i.e. @teamgardentags and that person will get an alert. Finally, if you'd like guidance on getting the most out of the app, please check out our tutorial videos: www.gardentags.com/tutorials Enjoy using GT! 😃

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teamgardentags

Thanks also for asking us to help identify your plant #PlantID. Fellow GT'ers are you able to help Kathleen? @barbaramatthews @carolgs @deekay @Garyg @jamesshobbs @joanboston @kathy @lexijane @linfoster @mikethegardener @mrsflowerpot @PlantDoctor @richard.spicer.7906

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Muzz67

Hi Kathleen! Welcome and enjoy gt! I see you are in Adelaide and love succulents like I do ! Just ask if you need help with anything 😁

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Xaylia

Thank you @Muzz67 😊 your photos of your succulents are amazing! 😊

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Muzz67

Thank you so much!😁

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Muzz67

@Yollymac the shape is similar to fred ives but colour not right ? Any ideas?

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Yollymac

Hi Kathy, welcome to GardenTags! is this plant currently in the sun? Also where did it come from? Sometimes that can help with the Id.

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Xaylia

Thanks @Yollymac I added another photo so you can see it's growth since May. It doesn't get heaps of sun as my garden doesn't get good winter sunlight. It gets direct morning sun for a few hours and then dappled light as a gum tree blocks the light. It's the only frost free spot in my garden. I got it from Bunnings. The leaf babies, which it makes quite easily are quite pink/purple.

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