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Some Echies from today

hablu
March 12, 2019

E. 'Clair de lune'




E. colorata (I think)



E. 'Hercules'



E. 'Heron'



greets Harry

Comments (14)

  • hablu

    A few more:

    E. 'Blue Bird'



    E. derenbergii x lilicina (3 pics)







    Echeveria or maybe better Pachyphytum of some sort??





    greets

    Harry

  • Charline X

    They look very lovely and healthy!

  • hablu

    Thanks Charline.


    Some more (i'm getting them out the winterstore back to the greenhouse. they went in october/november It's nice seeing them again. Some need very bad a drink, but they have to wait: still to cold.

    E. agavoides



    Bought this one as Echeveria mensa. A bit a puzzle; has Grapto-signs it it.



    Echeveria laui (wants to bloom)



    No name here (could be E.avalon)



    E. 'Romeo'



    greets Harry

  • Barb in Eastern North Carolina, zone 8

    Your plants are beautiful Harry. Any views of your sunroom this year?

  • geoforce

    Really really like the 'Romeo' and always like E. laui everytime I see it.

  • hablu

    Thanks Geoforce and Barb.

    I cannot find back some overviewpicture from this year in the sunroom.

    Instead some of 2014. (ehh... there are a few more thesedays ...)







  • socks

    Impressive! Thank you.

  • bikerdoc5968 Z6 SE MI

    Always a great show, Harry

  • geoforce

    Amazing! Do you switch the stacks up and down to level out the light exposure to some in lower trays or just put lower light varieties in the racks below the top?

  • Barb in Eastern North Carolina, zone 8

    Wow Harry, what a wonderful collection! I also wonder how the stacked ones get enough light? How often, if any, do you water while they are in the sunroom?

  • hablu


    Thanks all

    (Hello Howard; all is well?)


    I have them bonedry and on 7 to 11 Celcius maximum. Very sometimes I spray a bit. I changed the winterposition (is that the word?) a bit. Bought nice big shoeracks - good for about 80 plants per rack- so they have more light and room.


    Harry

  • hablu

    To finish this thread two overviews:

    Most of what you see is Echeveria. There are also some Grapto's, Sedums and Pachyphytums and hybrid in the pics.

    It is now Adromischus and Haworthia-time


    greets

    Harry





  • ewwmayo

    Looking awesome as usual! And it is always Adromischus and Haworthia time. =)

  • bikerdoc5968 Z6 SE MI

    Thank you for asking, Harry. Yes, all is as it looks like it is for you.

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