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|Positive ||Alexwtf_93 ||On Dec 9, 2010, Alexwtf_93 from Susanville, CA wrote:
this grew well all summer in a clay dish garden (grew very quickly and flowered) , its now inside under artificial light and still looks good
|Positive ||imapigeon ||On Feb 15, 2007, imapigeon from Gilroy (Sunset Z14), CA (Zone 9a) wrote:
This beauty has done really well in my garden this winter in temps down to 20 degrees in a relatively exposed location.
|Positive ||palmbob ||On May 5, 2006, palmbob from Tarzana, CA (Zone 9b) wrote:
THis is a very commonly sold plant at garden outlet centers and nurseries here in Southern California. It is distinguished by its fat, smooth, pale blue-green leaves with a hint of pink in them. It performs quite well as a garden plant here in southern California, though hot, full sun usually will burn the leaves a bit. But in too much shade it gets leggy and weak. Flowers in spring highlyt branched, yellow ones.
First photo above looks like a different Graptoveria type- leaves are too thin and long.
|Positive ||Happenstance ||On Sep 20, 2003, Happenstance from Northern California, CA wrote:
Hybrid genus between Graptopetalum & Echeveria:
'Opalina' (G.amethystinum x E.colorata)
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Los Angeles, California
Bucksport, South Carolina