I Don't Know What It Is

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It has a Graptopetalum/Echeveria hybrid kind of vibe, but I don't know what it is.  It seems like Graptopetalum paraguayense is in there--but what else?  The stems grow long and snakey, and the leaf surface is glaucous:
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Excellent vigor, easy to grow.  One tiny rosette became all this:
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The stems root themselves as they snake along:
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Beautiful color:  a blend of pale aqua, blue, grey, and violet:
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Perhaps if it ever blooms, I'll have a better idea of what it is.  Yesterday I spent so much time sitting by the pond staring at the plant, the Koi became quite annoyed and began making impatient bwop-bwop noises at the surface to remind me I owe them food.  

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The pond water is really green.  Grrrr!  I have to do something about the UV light.  It is not effective.  Though the green tint did look lovely with Blondie's orange forehead.  
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Green looks good with orange.  This is an Echeveria agavoides variant (I think):
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And what is possibly Agave marmorata showed off dark orange spines.  I have a few other plants I can't quite identify yet. 
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"Hey, you with the food.  Quit looking at plants.  Feed me."
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Comments

  1. You even bring out the personalities of fish in your photos! Succulents - your array of them is simply dizzying.

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  2. Desert, "dizzying" is the right word. I think I have too many!

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  3. The colours of the succulents are lovely ... you can never have too many! :)
    xoxoxo ♡

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