Echeveria runyonii Rose, Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 7: 69 1935. ;
 


Echeveria runyonii is a species of flowering plant in the sedum family, Crassulaceae,[2] that is native to the state of Tamaulipas in Mexico.[3] Several cultivars have been described and cultivated.

Echeveria runyonii forms a rosette 8–10 cm (3.2–4 in) in diameter. Leaves are spatulate-cuneate to oblong-spatulate, truncate to acuminate, and mucronate. They are a glaucous pinkish-white in color and measure 6 – 8 by 2.5 – 4 cm (2.2–3.2 by 1–1.6 in). The single stem reaches 10 cm (4 in) in length or more and a diameter of roughly 1 cm (0.4 in). Inflorescences are 15–20 cm (6–8 in) tall and have 2 – 3 cincinni, conspicuous bracts, and pedicels approximately 4 mm long. The red flowers have ascending-spreading sepals to 11 mm and pentagonal corollas measuring 19 – 20 × 10 mm.[2]
Echeveria peacockii has similar-coloured glaucous leaves, but its leaves are wedge-shaped with mucronulate (pointed) tips.[9]
Several named cultivars exist, including ‘Texas Rose’, ‘Dr. Butterfield’, ‘Lucita’, ‘Tom Allen’, and ‘Topsy Turvy’. 
(From  Wikipedia  on 25.12.14) 
 


 

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Attached are pictures of Echeveria x imbricata captured at the Ooty Botanical Garden in November 2013.
Posted on the forum and identified.
Requested to please validate the ID.


Pl. check with Echeveria runyonii as per comparative images available at debraleebaldwin


Thank you … for the ID.


Requesting to please ID this succulent captured in the glass house at Ooty Botanical Gardens, Ooty in November 2013.

I am sorry …,

I do not know Echeveria, cannot help this time.


Perhaps
OBG21_IMG_1439.JPG = Mammillaria
OBG21_IMG_1438.JPG + Echeveria imbricata


Thank you … for ID…..

I asked for one ID and got 2 IDs. Thanks for IDing the cactus at the background of the first pic. The flowers in the first pic belong to the plant in the second pic.
Googling indicated that Echeveria x imbricata is a cultivar/hybrid.


Pl. check with Echeveria runyonii as per comparative images available at debraleebaldwin  

  

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