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Does anyone know what these 3 plants are?

comments (7) August 15th, 2013 in gallery
gracyw gracyw, member
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I have asked many florists in my small town what these plants are named and none of them had a clue. Yea, I know they're succulents, but what are the specific NAMEs? 

 

Please! Help. I really need to re plant them too. I'm a newbie to gardening and I am boarder line obsessed with succulent plants. They're so beautiful. I'd hate to mess up.



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Comments (7)

ddipasq writes: yes but "normal" hens and chicks are hardy and these are not unless you live in a warmer climate than Oregon. Nice succulents--bring them inside if you have cold winters.
Posted: 8:46 pm on March 25th
tiara50 writes: Hen & Chicks called Sempervivum literally means "live forever" because they grow and propagate so readily. These succulents are called by many names (semps, hens and chicks, houseleeks), but whatever you call them, they are amazing plants. Posted: 11:06 pm on October 11th
tiara50 writes: Hen & Chicks called Sempervivum literally means "live forever" because they grow and propagate so readily. These succulents are called by many names (semps, hens and chicks, houseleeks), but whatever you call them, they are amazing plants. Posted: 11:06 pm on October 11th
AquaTerra writes: Echeveria or "Hens and Chicks" One might be "Perle von Nurnberg" -a hybrid of Echeveria gibbiflora v. metallica and Echeveria potosina. (Google) Cool plant, it spreads by stolons and make little babies, hence the name. Most have reddish or pinkish blooms on stalks in late spring- in Northern CA anyway.

Posted: 9:21 pm on August 19th
gloriaj writes: The plants name is Jade and they are in succulents , but each one is a different variety. They are a tropical succulent and will not tolerate cold temperature Posted: 9:19 pm on August 16th
gracyw writes: Hey, thanks. I'll take a look around the net. Posted: 10:16 pm on August 15th
tntreeman writes: i think they are probably all Echeverria of some variety, there are gajillions of varieties but maybe that will point you in the right google image direction. i'm sure there is someone who views this page who is well versed with these plantsand can most likely tell you the exact variety Posted: 6:30 pm on August 15th
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