Beautiful, I love the color.
I wish I had a name for your succulent - it looks familiar. Wonderful WW post! Also enjoyed the pictures of your beautiful balcony garden. :)
That is just gorgeous! Love, love, love the picture!
Very nice photo!
I want to guess Echeveria. Not sure, though. You should ask Cactus Blog, or Water When Dry, if you want a name for the plant.If you don't, of course, it's a good picture anyway.
Love the photo, pretty colour succulent too.
The shape of the plant is perfect - like a star!Katarina
Great picture. I love the color.
Looks to me like you've got a great future in photography!
Beautiful picture. It is a Graptopetalum paraguayense BTW :-)
Did you capture the image yourlsef? If so I think you may hav found your calling. It's lovely. Happy WW
What a glorious colour.RegardsKarenAn Artist's Garden
Your photo really puts succulents in a new light for me. Very interesting to look at.
It's lovely. i just want to eat it!
wow I love it!
Love the shape and colour of this one. Great photo!
ah wordless wednesday. I love them. I should go along with you for that wordless wednesday. It's some goodtimes and I'm afraid you've got me hooked into a few things that I didn't know about, like blotanical. Stoked about that and I have you to thank. I didn't realize there were so many other gardeners out there that did blogging. And, since you're the first gardening blog I ever came across, I remain a loyal fan. :)
Also, that looks like Euphorbia. Not 100% sure, but 95% confident. ;D
Hi - Just discovered your blog, and I think it is great. Was re-reading the post Jane Perrone had written about gardening gloves and saw your great comment about Ethel gloves. My name is Angela and I am the brand manager for Ethel. Would you mind e-mailing me when you have a chance? You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Look forward to hearing from you soon!
I don't know the official name, but I believe that the plant is known by "Hen and Chicks" because of it's habit of one large rosette sending out a lot of little rosettes.
Very cool picture. Great job.
try news paper over top of where the puppy's pee pad. Might help him stop to tear it up. We use to have the same problem. we'd leave the pad after peeing and just change teh paper to get her use to the smell. By the way, how did you get the 'pick me' button at the top of your post? what's the HTML for that.
great shot! fabulous forms, sweet hues of that something-grey-blue-greenish :-)
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