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Echeveria Black Prince

This is a discussion on Echeveria Black Prince within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; Tis the season for succulent blooms it seems. In a way, it is a pity ...

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    Tis the season for succulent blooms it seems. In a way, it is a pity they don't bloom all together -- would make for a nicer show. On the other hand, it does make for a more wide spread bloom season.












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    So cool. The plant is a piece of artwork. Love the shape. Great visual.

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    Just great Paul. I'm a big succulent lover

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    Some of the best succulent blooms I've seen. Nice growing Paul. AL

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    Nicely bloomed.

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