Echeveria pulvinata Rose, Bull. New York Bot. Gard. 3: 5 1903. (Syn: Cotyledon pulvinata Hook.f.);  
 


 

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Kindly help with identification of this cultivated succulent.
Place: Shimla


Echeveria ?


The plant resembles to Echeveria embricata


Des not seem to match with Echeveria embricata.
Pl. see the link


Please pardon me, I think this is funny to try without any literature to species level id a special plant group. that has numerous hybrids and cultivars.
Yet I spent some time on it. What drew my attention is erect racemose inflorescence and perhaps glabrous nature. I tried to search that line, found some interesting info… please remember the following links are for reading only, not to suggest anything –
  1. http://www.crassulaceae.com/botanik/pflanzen/botanzeige_scan_en.asp?gnr=1610&scan=122370-1&cat=6&name=Echeveria
  2. http://www.crassulaceae.com/botanik/pflanzen/botanzeige_scan_en.asp?gnr=1610&scan=121410&cat=3&name=Echeveria%A0guatemalensis
  3. http://www.crassulaceae.com/botanik/pflanzen/botanzeige_scan_en.asp?gnr=1610&scan=121950-1&cat=5&name=Echeveria
Thank you


I think, this plant has now been cracked. Kindly see the link given below. It appears most likely Echeveria pulvinata.
http://www.acostaplants.com/acosta_plants_echeveria.htm#thumb


Thanks Sir, but is it that easy – http://www.plantoftheweek.org/week171.shtml? or maybe a cultivar.


Can it be some improved cultivar? I clicked it at University of Horticulture and Forestry, Solan. I talked to Dr. Bharti from dept. of  Floriculture in that University regarding this. She suggested E. pulvinata.


Thank you Sir for confirming, the plant looked glabrous to me.


 

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Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight : Echeveria pulvinata ‘Ruby Blush’ : Crassulaceae : MNP,Mumbai : 18DEC14 : AK-31 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2).

At the BBC Show in MNP, Mumbai in March,2013.

Kindly validate.


… who called it Echeveria pulvinata ‘Ruby Blush?
did the grower labelled it as such?


It looked closest to my pictures.
Already requested for validation.


May be Echeveria pulvinata as per comparative images available at debraleebaldwin

 

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Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight : Crassulaceae For ID : Kodaikanal : 16DEC14 : AK-10 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)

Seen in Kodaikanal on 24/10/2008.

Posted earlier, suggested id by … was Echeveria runyoni from the family Crassulaceae.
Kindly validate.
Request for ID: 080310-AK-3


Appears close to Echeveria pulvinata as per comparative images available at debraleebaldwin 

24th of October, 2008: Kodaikanal: 2100 meters;  Request for ID: 080310-AK-3 – efloraofindia | Google Groups

 

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Kindly help with identification of this cultivated succulent.
Place: Shimla


echeveria sp
may be e agavoides cultivar


Looks quite close to the one posted by me Echeveria pulvinata ‘Ruby Blush’.


no

its not the ‘ruby blush’

how can one be that specific, not scientific ..lets stay within scientific possibilities…
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at most it could be ided as echeveria pulvinata

but short of the flowering spike anatomy and flowers itself even that id is not certain…

It could also be a echeveria pulidonis

but more strangely I also can not rule out a graptoveria
and for that matter a dudleya which grows on the precarious rocky cliffs on the coastal “mountain cliffs”
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… I’ll be happy with echeveria sp at this juncture.


May be Echeveria pulvinata as per comparative images available at debraleebaldwin


    

 

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