Creationsings
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Some of my succulents

I have been a member here for while but not posted much so thought I would share some of my succulents with you all. I have a lot of differant succulents but my main collection is with Adeniums, Aloe, Haworthia, and I am just starting to get into Euphorbia milli. But I have several others also, I love variegated plants.

Aloe 'pink blush' in bloom
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics004.jpg[/img]

Aloe brevifolia
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics015.jpg[/img]

Haworthia 'white ghost'
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics016.jpg[/img]

Haworthia cymbiformis variegata
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics017.jpg[/img]

Crassula ovata 'oblique'
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics018.jpg[/img]

Variegated Opuntia 'josephs coat'
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics019.jpg[/img]

Echeveria 'black prince' loosing its summer color since is is in the house now and my grow light is not up over it yet.
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics021.jpg[/img]

Gasteria glomerata
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics028.jpg[/img]

Ceraria pygmaea
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics023.jpg[/img]

Seed grown Adenium obesum 'tiny tamarind' this one was named because it is over 1.5 years old and has remained small like a dwarf species. A very nice seed grown adenium.
[img]https://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu187/RiverRockSecrets/succpics026.jpg[/img]
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PunkRotten
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Wow some of those are really cool/cute. Thanks for sharing.

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Creationsings,
Your plants always look so healthy. Glad to see a picture of your "Tiny Tamarind" that you named.
The fella I spoke of close to me had quite a few different Euphorbia's.
Some where so different.
Hope you ready for all sorts of questions, now that I have all of these Adenium seedlings.
Take care,
R "KoogieP"

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Hey RC thanks guy:) Fire away with the questions there are some good adenium growers on this site.

I love succulents, not sure I could ever stop collecting..lol I do hope in the spring to get some more E.milli.

Thanks Punk:)
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Stunning! Personally, I've never been a big fan of succulents, but your pictures could make me start changing my mind.
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Creationsings
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rainbow....they are ADDICTIVE! LOL, I love succulents and will post more pics soon. Thank you for the nice comments.
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