Echeveria and Kalanchoe IDs

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Echeveria and Kalanchoe IDs

Post by Irrsinn » Fri Dec 15, 2017 4:07 am

I picked up these two little things from Ikea a couple of weeks ago and don't have much confidence in my ability to identify them. Do these seem obvious to anyone?

The Echeveria:

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Hopefully this fragile baby will survive my (apparently) rough and tumble repotting. :( If not for the darker edges, I'd guess E. runyonii for this one.

The Kalanchoe:

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Sorry for the fuzziness of the last one; that plant is hard to get a photo of in darker conditions. My guess for this one is K. fedtschenkoi based on the first picture on the succulentguide.com page, but the other images on that page look rather different.

I'm hoping there's a chance some of these are a little cold hardy so I can throw them outside in the cold frame instead of letting them languish in my poorly-lit apartment. Why did I buy random plants? #-o :lol:
Cactus photos on Instagram.

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Re: Echeveria and Kalanchoe IDs

Post by stefan m. » Fri Dec 15, 2017 4:18 am

Kalanchoe sexangularis is the second. Easy plant, mine is about to flower.
As for the echeveria, im gonna say cupsidata but with great doubt.

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Re: Echeveria and Kalanchoe IDs

Post by esp_imaging » Sat Dec 16, 2017 1:00 am

It looks like an etiolated Echeveria secunda var. glauca

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Re: Echeveria and Kalanchoe IDs

Post by Irrsinn » Thu Dec 28, 2017 2:19 am

Thank you both very much!
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