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PostSubject: Some garden colour.   Sun Dec 07, 2008 8:46 pm

Here're some of the Crassulaceae currently colouring our garden.

XSedeveria 'Bronze'.


Sedum acre.


Sedum X someting-or-other noid.


Echeveria rundelli.


Echeveria noid.


Echeveria noid.


Echeveria glauca.


Crassula cv. 'Diane'.


Sedum spathulifolium and Sedum cv. 'Lime'


...More flowers on the way, not quite open yet.

Enjoy, CP.
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