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    Need help ID'ing some succulents!

    Hello!

    I'm new to the forum but not new to succulents. I've loved succulents for ages - but some I'm not sure what they are!

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    I've gotten these from all over - gifts, greenhouses, etc. Any ID help is greatly appreciated as well as any advice!

    Thank you!

    *H, CVT*

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    #4 Cotyledon 'White Sprite'
    #5 Echeveria, looks like 'Chroma'

    BTW the Cotyledon looks wet. It shouldn't be. It's winter dormant and should be kept bone dry until growth resumes in the spring.
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    Most of those plants are showing definite etiolation (stretched, weak growth) due to insufficient light.

    #1 Looks like it might be a Gasteria X Aloe hybrid.

    #2 Is likely Echeveria agavoides.

    #3 Is an Aloe .... probably a hybrid. Could even be an intergeneric hybrid.

    #4 Looks like a Senecio to me, but as Subrosa seems very confident, I willingly "bow out" before his identification.

    #5 Is an EXTREMELY etiolated Echeveria.

    #6 Appears to be an Agave.

    #7 Believe this one is an Aloe.

    #8 Is an EXTREMELY etiolated Haworthia .... Possibly Haworthia tessellata.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonsEye View Post
    Most of those plants are showing definite etiolation (stretched, weak growth) due to insufficient light.

    #1 Looks like it might be a Gasteria X Aloe hybrid.

    #2 Is likely Echeveria agavoides.

    #3 Is an Aloe .... probably a hybrid. Could even be an intergeneric hybrid.

    #4 Looks like a Senecio to me, but as Subrosa seems very confident, I willingly "bow out" before his identification.

    #5 Is an EXTREMELY etiolated Echeveria.

    #6 Appears to be an Agave.

    #7 Believe this one is an Aloe.

    #8 Is an EXTREMELY etiolated Haworthia .... Possibly Haworthia tessellata.



    No bowing here Paul, it looks like a beat up specimen of this one of mine, but I wouldn't know a Senecio from a Pinocchio:
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    I know that that Echeveria is looking leggy, but it's in the brightest window in my house. I don't understand why. Is it inherintly bad for them? Like, stressful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by h.the.cvt View Post
    I know that that Echeveria is looking leggy, but it's in the brightest window in my house. I don't understand why. Is it inherintly bad for them? Like, stressful?

    *H, CVT*
    Obviously the plant in unimpressed that it's in your brightest window and is telling you it needs supplemental lighting.
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    5 maybe Echeveria 'Perle von Nürnberg' I have one and thought that's what it was, its looks very similar , leggy as but I hope mine will sort itself out in the summer

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    3 reminds me of Aloe brevifolia.
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