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Crassula marnieriana - Jade Necklace Vine


Crassula marnieriana - Jade Necklace Vine (Crassula marnieriana - Jade Necklace Vine)

I have a lot of these plants...they're all in bloom now. Photo taken Oct. 31, 2011.



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Thats pretty......

3 Nov, 2011

 

Really interesting plant. What is it?

3 Nov, 2011

 

Oh my thats a great plant - It reminds me of Medusa! but her head was snakes and not so pretty.

3 Nov, 2011

 

Milky:

Thanks! :>)

3 Nov, 2011

 

Regina:

I think it a species of Rochea. It's a very common plant in people's gardens here in San Diego, CA.

3 Nov, 2011

 

Drc726:

Yes, it does kind of grow like a Medusa's head.

3 Nov, 2011

 

Crazy....I love it. Haven't seen any of these around here...I will have to look harder.

3 Nov, 2011

 

Certainly different!
Bet that this comment gets attributed to Iciar!

3 Nov, 2011

 

It did! That's five times in a row!

3 Nov, 2011

 

This is obviously a succulent, I have something very similar, will pop a pic on for you to see....

3 Nov, 2011

 

Alexandramou:

It's a really common plant here...and extremely easy to grow from cuttings. It should grow very well where you live.

4 Nov, 2011

 

I have to walk around and see if anyone is growing this plant.

4 Nov, 2011

 

one of my favorites ..its a type of crassula...i just love the shape. what a lovely one Delonix...

4 Nov, 2011

 

Sandra:

Thanks for the info. I should have known it was in the Crassulaceae family, because of the flowers. I have many of these plants all over the yard.

4 Nov, 2011

 

no probs....mine are tucked away on my window sills ...:-)

4 Nov, 2011

 

Are yours blooming now, also?

5 Nov, 2011

 

no they are not...but they do flower just with our climate things like this flower so randomly....i think this one usualy flowers in the spring after its been in the heated room all winter....

5 Nov, 2011

 

Do most of the Crassula species bloom in spring?

Most species of Crassula bloom in fall or winter, here in San Diego. Soon the large jade shrubs will be blooming.

5 Nov, 2011

 

mine enjoy the outside in the summer i bring them inside for winter and with the heating on it extends the summer but with the light levels falling it takes them longer. i have an aeonium starting to flower now. it will be lovely by christmas...lol

5 Nov, 2011

 

That's great your Aeonium is blooming now. They won't start blooming here until mid - late January.

6 Nov, 2011



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