C and D's Succulents

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Those are nice, I have about 10 N. vanheerdei seedlings and you know made me more excited about them - the flower colour is special. Still a target to get my plants nice and mature, but that will come in time. Thanks for the inspirations!
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Nicely compact grown Ch.pillansii. Those slightly red toned petals are just striking.
Thanks for the pics. =D>
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One last pic of the flower, which has been gettting bigger every day
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Aloinopsis schooneesii
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Monilaria chrysoleuca
Orange Flowered form,
Orange flowers are my fav.
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Bulbine mesembryanthemoides
Onion Type
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wow, that Bulbine is just awesome!

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Indeed!

That Monilaria with the droopy leaves needs a drink, though...
Nice to see it in flower. Not something I should expect to happen soon with mine. Hard to get those flowering during winter in the Northern part of Europe, with the lack of sunintensity...
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Whoa! Nice flowers! =D>
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A single headed Bulbine mesembryanthemoides
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This Haworthia glauca caught eye today
If it was a crystal, it would be called "color zoned"
but it probably just a sun burn
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Ryan was admiring this plant on his thread, and I agree
it's a great plant, but a little temperamental,
and is easy to kill of you water it too much in the summer

Odontophorus nanus
The buds are hairy, so many different textures
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Lovely glauca - Love the O. nanus, one of my fav's at the moment!
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I have been growing my Titanopsis out in the full sun for a while now.
They aren't as clean as before, but they are colorful.

Titanopsis schwantesii
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I've fallen in love with Titanopsis. I ordered a mix of species from Mesa along with a few mesembs, but they're not here yet.
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Some more Titanoposis/Alionopsis/Nananthus

T. primosii,
the same plant as my avatar
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An orange flowered A. rosulata
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Some of my hybrids first flowers!
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Was called Nananthus transvalensis, now (according to Steven Hammer) is called N. vittatus
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One of my best Haworthia Hydrids, I called it "Zebra Toe"
Some day I will have cuttings, I already sold off the first 2.
I kept one cutting, and when it produces some heads, I will cut them up for sale
It's a fast grower compared to many Haworthias
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Haworthia bayeri from my seed, about s years old
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Royal Flush Flower
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Seeds falling out of the Whitesloania dryed seedpod
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Albuca navicularis
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