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SOLVED: Help ID these plants please

Swan Hill, Australia(Zone 9a)

Pic 1, cotyledon or crassula?, the leaves don't get a reddish edge, and I have never seen it flower.
Pic 2, not sure, some of the leaves don't "open" and look tubular .
Pic 3 not sure on this one either, any help appreciated, thanks in advance.
Cheers C.

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Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

Certainly Crassulaceae…I'm feeling Kalanchoe on #2, and even possibly #1.

San Francisco, CA

#1 seems like one of the common Cotyledons, perhaps C. orbiculata

Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

#2 looks a lot like Kalanchoe blossfeldiana. A lot of the newer cultivars are hybrids of K blossfeldiana X K flammea.

Swan Hill, Australia(Zone 9a)

Thankyou for the answers, I agree number 1 is Cotyledon Orbiculata, number 2 is definitely not Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana, you can see the flower growing out to the left, it is a palish white/pink and very sparse, this is also an old plant, it is not a new cultivar.
Still searching, these plants will be the death of me, trying to name them.
Cheers C.

Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

I still see Kalanchoe in #2…Maybe not blossfeldiana, but a Kalanchoe none the less. :-)

Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

Hey C....those are the reasons I thought it was K Blossfedliana....GRIN I, like Tim , still feel that it is a Kalanchoe....maybe check in at the TeaRoom and see if the folks there have an idea.

Moon

Buenos Aires, Argentina(Zone 9b)

#2 I think it's Crassula multicava o perhaps C. cordata as second choice, it's a young plant so if it gets sturdy when old, it's multicava.

#3 It has alternate leaves so some sort of Sedum.

Regards. Paul.

Swan Hill, Australia(Zone 9a)

Thanks everyone, pic 2 is Crassula Multicava, and Sedum will help me find which one. Thanks again.

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