ID please 7

If you have a succulent plant and need help identifying it, this is the place to post it.
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nick_kurzenko
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ID please 7

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What are these?
1. Washington DC
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2. Aloe. What species or cultivar? Green Spring Gardens, Alexandria, Virginia
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3. Green Spring Gardens, Alexandria, Virginia
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Aeonium2003
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Re: ID please 7

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1. Echeveria runyonii 'topsy turvey' (a monstrose cultivar of runyonii)
2. Dyckia (an interesting family of xeric bromeliads. Unfortunately I cannot tell the exact species).
3. Senecio, I suspect barbertonicus, but a close up picture would help.
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Tom in Tucson
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Aeonium2003 wrote: Sat Jun 04, 2022 9:00 pm 1. Echeveria runyonii 'topsy turvey' (a monstrose cultivar of runyonii)
2. Dyckia (an interesting family of xeric bromeliads. Unfortunately I cannot tell the exact species).
3. Senecio, I suspect barbertonicus, but a close up picture would help.
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