A few of my other plants doing really well :)

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  1. Joe Caudex

    Joe Caudex Seedling

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    Aeonium arborium "Schwartzkopf"

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    Dioscorea elephantipes

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    Sinningia leucotricha (unfortunately this has just finished flowering)

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    Fockea tugalensis

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    Euphorbia stellata

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    Ceropegia adrianae

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    Kalanchoe (species?)

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    I found the mother plant of this one, almost dead in someone's front garden. I snapped off the healthiest piece and it has grown this much since last October! Can I get an ID on this one?

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  3. waretrop

    waretrop Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Your Mother of Thousands Latin name is Kalanchoe daigremontiana.
     
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    toni Mistress of Garden Junque Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    Nice looking plants. The Ceropegia adrianae look almost like it has been carved from stone, has it bloomed? I found a photo of it with red blooms but there is not much growing info available on it.
     
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    Cayuga Morning Hardy Maple Plants Contributor

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    You grow such interesting plants Joe.
     



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  6. Joe Caudex

    Joe Caudex Seedling

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    Thanks for the ID waretop.

    Toni - the adrianae has never bloomed unfortunately. It's such a slow growing and bizarre plant!
     
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    purpleinopp Young Pine Plants Contributor

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    These are unusual plants, enjoyed seeing them! Just hope you don't walk by MY garden!
     
  8. Joe Caudex

    Joe Caudex Seedling

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    Why Purple what's wrong with it!?
     
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    purpleinopp Young Pine Plants Contributor

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    Well, it's got growing pains with the new bed I'm starting in a pretty lazy, ugly (according to my Mom) bed in the front yard, but my comment was in reference to the quoted part. You probably had permission, meant in jest!
     
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    purpleinopp Young Pine Plants Contributor

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    Oops, the quote thing worked, but I grabbed a little too much at the top. Hope you see what I meant.
     
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    cherylad Countess of Cute-ification Plants Contributor

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    Joe... you grow the most unusual and interesting plants. I always look forward to see them.
     
  12. Joe Caudex

    Joe Caudex Seedling

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    Ficus microcarpa ginseng

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    Pachira aquatica

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