Help please

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Nic23
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Help please

Post by Nic23 » Sun Dec 10, 2017 5:57 pm

Hey guys,
So the other day I fed my habit of picking up new plants and I bought two from my local shop. I think I have successfully identified one as a kalanchoe tomentosa but I'm a little lost as to what my second one may be, as they all just get labelled "succulent" at the shop.
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I believe this is the kalanchoe tomentosa ^
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But this (^) is the one I'm am confused about, I don't think it is an echeveria as the leaves are thin and almost paddle shaped? And rounded at the tips as apposed to the regular point. And the centers seem a different too. (note that this is just from my observations and comparison to my other echeverias, I don't know if echeverias can come without those properties) in fact the more Iook at it the more I am certain that it's not an echeveria, if anyone can help me with identifying these plants it would be greatly appreciated
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stefan m.
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Re: Help please

Post by stefan m. » Sun Dec 10, 2017 6:02 pm

Kalanchoe tomentosa (correct )and crassula ovata variegata.
Easy plants, nothing too special regarding care.

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greenknight
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Re: Help please

Post by greenknight » Sun Dec 10, 2017 6:17 pm

Agreed. The Crassula seriously needs a bigger pot, it's a much larger species than the Kalanchoe.
Spence :mrgreen:

Nic23
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Re: Help please

Post by Nic23 » Sun Dec 10, 2017 7:09 pm

Okay thanks :D yeah I've been meaning to repot them both but I've been busy at work since I got them but I'll do it as soon as!

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