Well Arrived and Already Spotted the Succulents... [EN - FR]

Hi everyone !

The journey went well and we arrived at this beautiful house, you'll see a picture at the very end of this article. After lunch, as I walked through the living room I immediately spotted this beautiful mix of succulents ! I had already taken some cuttings on another visit, but I have the impression that there are some newcomers :)

So I'm thinking of doing another 'razzia', but really, one or two small leaves will be more than enough ! I don't often make mixes like this, but I should because as long as the plants like the same environment, it's worth putting them together.

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Let's start with this Portulaca grandiflora or "Moss rose". This one is a member of the Portulaca family like the purslane I cut out last night :)

I was quite intrigued by these large roots that extend from the main stem. I don't know about you, but I've rarely seen that, at least not to this extent !

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This one is a Crassula ovata or "Jade plant" apparently... It's strange because with the plant recognition application, many other plants were recognized with the same name, but with completely different leaves... Mystery to be solved !

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This is a vigorous Haworthiopsis fasciata or 'Zebra Haworthia'. It seems to be healthy, but for this one, I'll have to find out how to make a cutting, because even without having done any research for the moment, I have the impression that it looks a bit more complicated... Well, you'll tell me according to your own experiences :)

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Here we come back to the classic with this Sedum burrito or "Burrito's tail". I think we will agree on the beautiful, soft and very decorative aspect of this succulent ! I don't think there will be any problems with the cuttings...

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Let's finish with this Delosperma cooperi, also called "Hardy iceplant. This one grows outside in the sun and seems to enjoy it very much ^^ Here too, I think there will be a small collection, especially as this one is very abundant :)

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That's it for this first half-day of arrival, normally we're supposed to stay here for about ten days. I'm thinking of organizing a visit of the village, doing some watercolors and I can tell you that tomorrow's article will probably be about a little DIY that I'm expecting some results from, haha, we'll see !

Below, you'll see a view of this incredible house, but I'll "widen the field" in the next few days ^^

I hope this article has interested you both from a botanical and summer point of view !

Enjoy your weekend and take good care of yourself and your loved ones :)

See you soon,

<3

@anttn


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Salut à tous !

Le trajet s'est bien passé et nous sommes arrivés dans cette belle maison, vous verrez une photo en toute fin de cet article. Après le repas du midi, en passant au salon j'ai tout de suite repéré ce beau mélange de plantes grasses ! J'avais déjà pris de quoi faire des boutures lors d'une autre visite, mais j'ai l'impression qu'il y a des nouvelles venues :)

Je pense donc refaire une 'razzia' , mais en vérité, une ou deux petites feuilles suffiront amplement ! Je ne fait pas souvent des mélanges comme celui-ci, mais je devrais car, du moment que les plantes aiment le même milieu, ça vaut le coup de les rassembler.

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Commençons avec cette Portulaca grandiflora ou "Moss rose". Celle-ci fait partie de la famille des Portulaca comme le pourpier que j'ai bouturé hier soir :)

J'ai été assez intrigué par ces grandes racines qui partent de la tige principale. Je ne sais pas vous, mais j'ai rarement vu cela, en tout cas à ce point !

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Celle-ci est une Crassula ovata ou "Jade plant" apparement... C'est étrange car avec l'application de reconnaissance des plantes, beaucoup d'autres plantes étaient reconnues avec le même nom, mais avec des feuilles complètement différentes... Mystère à élucider !

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Ici, c'est une vigoureuse Haworthiopsis fasciata ou "Zebra Haworthia". Elle semble en pleine santé, mais pour celle-ci, il va falloir que je me renseigne pour faire une boutures, car même sans avoir fait de recherches pour le moment, j'ai l'impression que ça à l'air un peu plus compliqué... Enfin, vous me direz selon vos propres expériences :)

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Là on revient sur du classique avec ce Sedum burrito ou "Burrito's tail". Je crois que l'on sera d'accord sur l'aspect beau, doux et très décoratif de cette succulente ! Là, pour la bouture, je pense qu'il n'y aura pas de soucis...

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Finissons avec cette Delosperma cooperi, aussi appelée "Hardy iceplant. Celle-ci pousse dehors en plein soleil et elle a l'air de complètement apprécier cela ^^ Là aussi, je pense qu'il y aura lieu à une petite collecte, d'autant que celle-ci est très abondante :)

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Voilà pour cette première demie-journée d'arrivée, normalement il est prévu que nous restions une dizaine de jours ici. Je pense vous organiser une visite du village, faire quelques aquarelles et je peux vous dire que l'article de demain sera probablement à propos d'un petit bricolage dont j'attends quelques résultats, haha, on verra bien..!

Ci-dessous, vous verrez une vue de cette incroyable maison, mais "j'élargirai le champ" dans les prochains jours ^^

J'espère que cette article vous aura intéressé tant du point de vue botanique qu'estival !

Profitez bien de votre weekend et prenez bien soin de vous et de vos proches :)

À très vite,

<3

@anttn


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Oh oh! I know I know!
Pick meee!

There are three different Crassulas in that pot.
The first one is Crassula Tetragona with the long skinny leaves.
The second one is Crassula ovata 'Gollum'.
And the one on the right is the Jade Plant - it has flat leaves.

Such an amazing view!

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Such an amazing view!

Yeah, indeed :)

I thought the first one was a different variety, but I don't place a lot of trust in this plant recognition app ^^

I hope you're enjoying your Sunday !

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Ca a 'air bien sympa dans ta région :-)
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Oui, c'est la Drôme :)

Tu es dans quel coin toi ?

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Moi j'suis en belgique, c'est pas le même décor :)
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You would need to take an entire offset of the Haworthia although it is a species that clumps readily and there seems to be more than one rosette. Then you should leave it to dry in a shady spot and and only plant it when you see new roots forming

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That's what I thought ! It's going to be difficult to leave a big hole :))

Thanks for your answer here @nikv !

Have a nice Sunday <3

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This made me remember the seeds that I bought online, I planted them, but not one germinated. By the way, I love your snaps. Greetings from the Philippines!

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Yeah, it can happens sometimes.. Maybe try the cuttings technic, it works great for the succulents :)

I’m glad you enjoyed those series ☺️
be well dear !

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Thank you for suggestion the cuttings, I am surely going to do it.

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You’re welcome 😉

don’t hesitate to mention me if you do an article about that :)

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don’t hesitate to mention me if you do an article about that :)

Sure, I will keep that in mind (^_^)

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