SOLVED: succulent (I think) I.D please

Vancouver, BC(Zone 7a)


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Point Pleasant Beach, NJ(Zone 7a)

hmmmm, looks familiar, but I am not going to guess. Whatever it is I know I now want one It's gorgeous!!

Valley Village, CA

Echeveria nodulosa, 'Painted Lady' with excellent color.
Barbara I will now give you an A+ I can't post pictures, haven't been able to figure it out yet. Your pictures were clear, close up, well done.

Vancouver, BC(Zone 7a)

careful. I have teenagers. any encouragement goes right to my head! thanks all.

Helsinki, Finland(Zone 4b)

That's cool looking plant!

Valley Village, CA

Wait until she post the pictures of the flowers. Barbara this may get off sets all up the stem. It takes a while,
don't announce the occasion, everyone will want one. It really is a beautiful plant, wait until summer, the leaves will even be tighter, and wait until you see the color.
This is not a junk plant, they are hard to come by, I believe Myron Kimnack brought this back from Mexico. (our ex-director of the Huntington Gardens) Norma

Vancouver, BC(Zone 7a)

I pulled about a dozen leaves off the bottom when i got it.
they've all rooted in about 10 days. easy to grow!

North Vancouver, BC(Zone 8a)

Do you let them heel off and develop whiskery roots?

Vancouver, BC(Zone 7a)

I just laid them across the soil and roots jumped out on their own. most are now almost an inch long.
If you want one, let me know.

Jonesboro, GA(Zone 7b)

It is lovely, I knew Norma would have the answer.

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