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Echeveria

Echeveria is an easy genus to grow. In Malaysia, it can be grown outdoors. With rich soil, a bunch of rosettes are quickly produced.

The specimen on the left looks like an Echeveria lauii. Since I don't have a comprehensive reference text on succulents, it's not possible for me to make a positive identification. This plant flowered once or twice. More pictures can be found at Echeveria Flowers Page. The next plant looks remarkably like the Echeveria x 'Topsy Turvy' in Miles Anderson's book. It has upturned leaves.

The plant at left is another specimen with upturned leaves. The next one might be an Echeveria amoena. The leaves are round and fleshy. Then again, it might be a Pachyphytum.

 

The left picture shows three Echeveria plantlets. Echeverias are easy to propagate, but so far I've only one specimen flower.


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