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Echeverias & friends-just 1 shot

Posted by RosemarieRo z11/24 So Calif (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 26, 05 at 20:47

Quite a bit of variety with these succulents. Thought you'd like to see some you don't normally come across!

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~Rosemarie


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RE: Echeverias & friends-just 1 shot

I wish we lived less than a whole country apart so I could visit your gardens.... I am always amazzed! Great work!

Cheryl


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Beautiful combination. Perfection!


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Those are nice Rosemarie. I've wanted to start some of those but the area I would like to place them doesn't get alot of sun. Do they need lots of sun?


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Hey...I think it would be great for you to come visit too, Cheryl! I'd have to clean up for a couple weeks first, though! At least, here, in cyber space...you get to see the parts that look the best! LOL

Thanks, Carol & Rcnaylor! The thing that is most important is drainage. If you are planning on putting them in the ground, make sure they have that. They can take shade, but like sun & some of them "color up" (as I call it) if grown in the sun (which I like better). If you grow them in pots, you can move them around if they need it. If they don't get enough sun, they could etoliate (grow leggy instead of compact). Warmth is important...don't leave 'em out in that WHITE STUFF I saw in your album! :p LOL

[If you want to see some other succulent pots I have, see my posts that are currently in the Cacti Gallery.]

~Rosemarie


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