Saturday, 9 May 2009

Plant I.D. needed!

15 comments:

  1. looks like a sedum spathulifolium

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  2. As the donor of this plant to my chum Ryan I can assure him it's not a Sedum spathulifolium as its far too large-Perhaps it should have something to measure it against and a photo uploaded?-Although the flowers are sedum like my thoughts are very much towards that of a Crassula of somesort- I live a few hundred feet higher and thirty miles away from Ry and I have to take my plants into the frost free unheated lean to during the winter!!

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  3. Now you're talking!!! That was my original thought!

    I could kiss you!

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  4. Sometype of sempervivum 'more honey'? maybe a different variety of this.

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  5. I thought aeonium too - it's a beauty. I'm not sure I've seen any of my aeoniums flower (and I have a few but not as many as Martyn). What's the name of it - me want.

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  6. I think I've found it!!!!! Aeonium decorum?!

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  7. Or maybe Aeonium spathulatum?

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  8. Leaves look echeveria-ish, but the flowers definitely don't.

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  9. I've looked at the 'mother' plant again and done a little more research and come to the conclusion that it's Aeonium gomerense........

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  10. Close, but check out this website:
    http://welcometocactusland.com/Succulents/Crassulaceae/Aeonium/aeonium_gomerense.htm

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