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Pig's Ear

Cotyledon orbiculata


Beautiful succulent with large, green leaves that have a red edge. The flowers grow on stalks about 1 foot tall that have a cluster of red, bell-shaped flowers.


One of the many that were on our property when we moved in.

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Caroline Kreiser
Caroline Kreiser 8 years ago

Beautiful images.

Thank you Rieko!

RiekoS 9 years ago

Very nice.

I would also, my first love ...Succulents.

Thank you Joan, Dixie and Gilma! Looks like Pigs's Ear! I love it even more ;)

Lovely Succulent!! One I did not have when I lived in Seal Beach, California, it looks like, Pig's ear, Cotyledon orbiculata.

Dixie 9 years ago


joanbstanley 9 years ago

Check out Cotyledon, succulents. You may find it is in that family.

Thank you Karen, I will!

KarenSaxton 9 years ago

Start looking through Kalanchoe and Sedum images on google

Escondido, California, USA

Spotted on Jan 16, 2014
Submitted on Jan 16, 2014

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