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by Amany on May 26, 2006 02:10 PM

I want to make a "succulent pot". These are rooted cuttings that I'd like to add. Will these guys live happily together?
BTW, I don't know all their names. If you do, could you help me out, please? [dunno]





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by jonni13 on May 26, 2006 04:50 PM
I believe
1. is a crassula of some sort.
2. is string of buttons; crassula perforata
3. is an aloe of some type (I think)
4. echeveria perle von Nurnberg
5. ?
The good news is they all like the same conditions; light, soil, temps. So they should do well together.

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by gomerp618 on May 27, 2006 03:26 AM
I don't see why they wouldn't be okay together. I just did the same thing with some of my succulents too.. I think they look nice in the same pot, different colors and textures complimenting each other. I plan to do more groupings like that in the future.

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by NewtothePot on May 27, 2006 08:35 AM
Number three is the hybrid aloe 'california'. I have one too. They are kinda small, but still same properties of the normal aloe.
by Amany on May 27, 2006 01:05 PM
Thanks so much for all your help. I just won these little guys from Ebay. [grin]
I thought they would look nice in one pot, but I wasn't sure if the roots would compete against one another.
Thanks again!

by dodge on June 02, 2006 12:57 PM
I never seen the likes of all of those except 4.. Looks like my hen and chickens ..

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