The first one is a complete mystery to me... It has really sprouted recently. The second is what I think is an Echeveria or Dudlya. I only have one. It is almost white with a yellowish undertone. I'd love to have a few more. I forgot about it until I was suprised to find it in the front yard yesterday while weeding.
another "what are these?"
Excuse my ignorance but I think that the first one is like one I have that almost died in the freezing weather and the name tag says: "Senecio Sp." The only difference is that the individual leaves are a little more slender. Xuling
You are very welcome, I only hope that I am part way correct :) xuling
The Echeveria could by E lilacina, one of my favorites. It's a little hard to be sure without an idea of the scale. Some smaller Echeveria spp look similar, too. Or hybrids. But I'd start there. It's not a Dudleya sp.
Thanks, I need to get better about showing scale. It's about 4 or 5 inches.
The Echeveria is not lilacina, which does not have big bracts on the inflorescence. Maybe runyonii, a similar-looking plant which does, just a guess.
Oh good point, Baja. I hadn't focused in on that apparent inflorescence.
Thanks again! I picked of one lower leaf to try and start a new one. Hopefully it works! :)
Helpful illustration, Baja! Yes, I often wish my E lilacina would offset at least a little. Such pretty plants. There is a happy medium between weedy messes and stingy beauties.