@muzz67 Here’s a Picture of my mystery echeveria when it was bigger. It’s probably about 5 or 6 years old in this picture from a small cvs clearance sale plant. As I out can see it grows fast and a prolific pupper.
@Muzz67 and I think we got a hit. Tom Allen has the same leaf color and shape, and is also a fast grower. A lot of flower pictures show more orange but my memory could be flawed. It’s been a couple of years and I have a ton of plants. I actually just got a topsy turvy and the few non damaged leaves are the exact shade. I was calling it a Domingo which I knew wasn’t quite right because of the pupping, but that is apparently a hybrid of the tom Allen. Thanks. I never would’ve guessed that.
@KelsiBriana they’re definitely not yellow. The only yellow flowers that I have are cacti. They’re pink flowers, the Tom Allen pics I see are pink with orange on the inside. I unfortunately don’t seem to have any pictures of the inside of my flowers. I think if the e. Runyonii isn’t it, then it’s at least a close hybrid.
@KelsiBriana a there’s a lot less than there used to be. That’s like an 18 in pot and they used to be spilling out of it. They’ve died back quite a lot since I’ve moved. I’ve given away a few dozen too.
Grapto making it way into everything #echeveria #graptosedum