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C. Spectabilis

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6 Comments

Max Brodie
Max Brodie 7 years ago

Yes, your photo shows the flower and flower stalk coming out of the plant.

wesleydewinter
wesleydewinter 7 years ago

Do the succulents produce the fuchsia flower?

Max Brodie
Max Brodie 7 years ago

Wesleydewinter, I believe this is a succulent in the genus Calandrinia. Possibly C. spectabilis or C. grandiflora. http://www.anniesannuals.com/plt_lst/lis...
http://www.cactusjungle.com/blog/index.p...

wesleydewinter
wesleydewinter 7 years ago

Thanks

wesleydewinter
wesleydewinter 7 years ago

Gilma Jeannette

wesleydewinter, that beautiful fuchsia flower, I believe, it does not belong to that Succulent. The succulent (red) on the top left of it is a succulent, called "Flapjack" Kalanchoe luciae. One of my favorites... : ) can not help with the 1st picture.

wesleydewinter
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wesleydewinter

San Diego, California, USA

Spotted on Apr 8, 2013
Submitted on Apr 9, 2013

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