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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Thanks, and a few new pics!

Thanks for all your help on the last question of that cactus, that I had no idea about, but always thought all those graft hosts were euphorbias! So, I learned something new! Good to know too, since I assume that the Hylocereus undatus is making new parts of it's own self now!!! I am so excited to see what happens with it...I really like those soft ultra white hair-like spines!!!

I took a few pic of 3 more of my succulents. Which one is your favorite??? (I am partial to my little tea cup with three Haworthia turgida). They were a mystery for a long time, and they grow soooo slowly and are becoming fatter, and cuter every day. One day I will need to move them out of the tea cup, but for now, they seem to be thriving in their crowded conditions! I love the little soft white striped markings out on their tips!

Haworthia turgida var. suberecta


Gasteria gracilus variegata


Haworthia cooperii

10 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I like the one in the first picture best. The little fat guy. It looks like it would split from the growth. Your succulents look so good.

Claude said...

I have to say that I like the cooperii the best.

Teri C said...

Gee, they all look happy and beautiful!! You take such good care of them.

My Little Family: said...

My fav is the first one - could be the adorable pot it is in. LOL

Outside In said...

Very nice did they jump into your cart at the garden center? like they always seem to do when I go.

Cindy said...

I like the Gasteria because I like variegated stuff.

In a side comment about your previous post, I think it's very cool that your host cactus, formerly little more than a living "display shelf", now has a chance to grow as nature intended.

Julie said...

Cathy....yes...I do seem to have that same jumping in the cart problem!!! I don't know how they do it...but I always find more plants that have jumped right on over into my cart, then into my car!!! They are quite nervie!!!

Serena said...

They all look lovely and healthy. If I had to choose a favourite it would be your little teacup Haworthia turgida ~ :)

Bobbie Lynn said...

Three great plants you have there and its hard to choose, but i have to say the Haworthia Turgida. Love the tea cup too.

soulbrush said...

they are thriving, i love the teacup one, no the second one...oh what the heck i love 'em all.