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Crassulaceae
The orpine Family
Plantae


Crassulaceae, The orpine Family
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Scientific Family name.
Hint: Usually ends in "acea"
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The Family Crassulaceae
belongs to the Order of Saxifragales



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Crassulaceae
Saxifragales
Saxifragales
Rock Breaker Order
Core Eudicots
Core Eudicots
Main, Real, Two First-Leaves (Dicots)
Eudicots
Eudicots
Real, Two First-Leaves (Dicots)
Mesangiospermae
Mesangiospermae
Half Capsule Seed Division
Magnoliophyta
Magnoliophyta
Magnolia Division
Spermatophytes
Spermatophytes
Seed Plants
Euphyllophytina
Real Land Plants
Polysporangiates
Multiple Spore Sub-Kingdom
Stomatophytes
Stomatophytes
Air Pores Sub-Kingdom
Embryophytes
Embryophytes
Multicellular Land Plants
Streptobionta
Streptobionta
Multicellular Plants
Plantae
Plantae
Plants
Eukaryota
Eukaryota
Cells with a Nucleus
Species Number Not Set
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lauriecummins
lauriecummins
Dragon's Blood
  Dragon's Blood March 15, 2014
Dragon's Blood
2

2218
loriflowers
loriflowers
Kalanchoe
  Kalanchoe June 07, 2013
Kalanchoe
3

2517
Producer
Producer
Sedum
  Sedum July 25, 2012
Sedum
4

2668
Esselean
Esselean
Jade plant
  Jade plant July 21, 2012
Jade plant
5

2644
forager
forager
Red Riverside Sedum
  Red Riverside Sedum July 21, 2012
Red Riverside Sedum
6

3079
forager
forager
Orpine Stonecrop
  Orpine Stonecrop July 21, 2012
Orpine Stonecrop
7

2538
forager
forager
Sempervivum
  Sempervivum July 16, 2012
Sempervivum
8

2092
davidberkeley
davidberkeley
Aeonium Tree
  Aeonium Tree April 25, 2012
Aeonium Tree
9

2475
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Wild Stonecrop
  Wild Stonecrop July 25, 2011
Wild Stonecrop
10

1554
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
  July 23, 2011
11

1741
chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
  July 23, 2011
12

8595
gardengeek
gardengeek
Hen and Chicks Flower
  Hen and Chicks Flower July 08, 2011
These are great garden plants because they can handle freezing temperatures, and drought. Hen and Chicks Flower
13

3102
ladydeath
ladydeath
Aeonium Tree
  Aeonium Tree March 19, 2011
Aeonium Tree
14

2546
manicgardener
manicgardener
Crassula dubia
  Crassula dubia March 10, 2011
Crassula dubia
15

2908
manicgardener
manicgardener
Kalanchoe millotii
  Kalanchoe millotii March 10, 2011
Kalanchoe millotii
16

2804
manicgardener
manicgardener
'Calico Kitten' - Crassula marginatas cv. rubra 'variegata'
  'Calico Kitten' - Crassula marginatas cv. rubra 'variegata' March 10, 2011
'Calico Kitten' - Crassula marginatas cv. rubra 'variegata'
17

3174
manicgardener
manicgardener
Kalanchoe blossfeldiana hybrid (unknown lineage)
  Kalanchoe blossfeldiana hybrid (unknown lineage) March 10, 2011
Kalanchoe blossfeldiana hybrid (unknown lineage)
18

505
manicgardener
manicgardener
Kalanchoe
  Kalanchoe March 04, 2011
Kalanchoe
19

1384
manicgardener
manicgardener
Echeveria pulidonis
  Echeveria pulidonis March 04, 2011
Echeveria pulidonis
20

1348
Gollum Jade
  Gollum Jade March 03, 2011
Gollum Jade
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21

702
manicgardener
manicgardener
Jade Plant
  Jade Plant March 03, 2011
Jade Plant
22

494
manicgardener
manicgardener
Gollum Jade
  Gollum Jade March 03, 2011
Gollum Jade
23

2057
SillyMommy
SillyMommy
Kalanchoe
  Kalanchoe October 03, 2010
Picked up this plant at a local supercenter's gardening section on the outdoor clearance rack. Beautiful but I have no idea what it is! Base of plant to leaves about 5-7in. Feels slightly rubbery. Multiple "branches" stemming from base of plant upwards in multiple directions about 10-15in from base. At the end of each branch is a divide to smaller branches, about 2-3cm. At the end of each long and shorter branches is a tiny 4- and 5-petal flowers. Neon orange-pink in color. Have pict Kalanchoe
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3317
gardengeek
gardengeek
Yellow Desert Sedum
  Yellow Desert Sedum July 19, 2010
Yellow Desert Sedum
25

3578
Thunder
Thunder
White Mexican Rose
  White Mexican Rose July 01, 2010
Cultivation: This succulent is drought tolerant, but does best with an occasional watering in a well drained soil. Plant in full sun (coastal) to light shade and hardy to 20-25 degrees F Requires good ventilation and reduced watering in the winter. Be careful not to over-water or get any water on its' leaves. Put a layer of small gravel at the bottom of the pot and also one inch on the top of the soil to prevent stem rot. Propagation: Division of offsets / leaf cutting. Division and seeds/ lea White Mexican Rose
26

7658
Thunder
Thunder
Kalanchoe
  Kalanchoe June 20, 2010
Medicinal Uses: In the Bahamas it is mostly used for asthma and shortness of breath. Bush doctors crush the leaves of a cultivated ornamental plant, the kalanchoe, and soak them in water overnight. The next morning the "kalanchoe tea" can be drunk to treat heartburn, or applied as an antibacterial to bruises or skin sores. Mashed and ground fresh leaves are also used as a poultice for headaches, and the juice mixed with a pinch of salt is a good treatment for bronchitis or ulcers. In Kalanchoe
27

2387
gardengeek
gardengeek
October Daphne - Stonecrop
  October Daphne - Stonecrop June 17, 2010
October Daphne - Stonecrop
28

8134
gardengeek
gardengeek
Sempervivum Emerald Empress
  Sempervivum Emerald Empress June 17, 2010
These are some of the easiest plants to grow. Sempervivum Emerald Empress
29

2288
gardengeek
gardengeek
Sempervivum Hopewell
  Sempervivum Hopewell June 17, 2010
Sempervivum Hopewell
30

2323
gardengeek
gardengeek
White and Green Sedum
  White and Green Sedum June 17, 2010
White and Green Sedum
31

2807
heidbenati
heidbenati
Aeonium arboreum
  Aeonium arboreum October 18, 2009
Aeonium arboreum
32

1974
gardengeek
gardengeek
Angelina Sedum
  Angelina Sedum September 24, 2009
Spikey blue-green sedum. Looks like Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’ Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce' Angelina Sedum
33

1857
gardengeek
gardengeek
Sedum Autumn-like
  Sedum Autumn-like September 06, 2009
Sedum Autumn-like
34

4895
fadinha_green
fadinha_green
Kalanchoe blossfeldiana
  Kalanchoe blossfeldiana August 17, 2009
Kalanchoe blossfeldiana is a commonly cultivated house plant of the genus Kalanchoe. They are succulent plants and can grow up to 12". The flowers consist of four petals and can be red, purple, orange, yellow and white and the plant may flower all year round. Kalanchoe blossfeldiana
35

2502
heidbenati
heidbenati
Silver Jelly Beans, Dedos
  Silver Jelly Beans, Dedos August 03, 2009
Silver Jelly Beans, Dedos
36

1797
gardengeek
gardengeek
Sedum 'Vera Jameson'
  Sedum 'Vera Jameson' July 08, 2009
Sedum 'Vera Jameson'
37

4429
gardengeek
gardengeek
Yellow Stonecrop
  Yellow Stonecrop June 07, 2009
Red Sedum, Yellow Flower, Orpine Maybe: Sedum spathulifolium Amerosedum lanceolatum Yellow Stonecrop
38

4217
gardengeek
gardengeek
Houseleek
  Houseleek May 29, 2009
Although their subtropical cousins are very frost-sensitive, Sempervivums are among the most frost-resistant succulents, making them popular garden plants. They require only moderate water and some protection from extreme exposure to the sun. Sempervivums grow very well in dry conditions. Despite this if Sempervivums are grown in normal flower beds among other cultivated plants there can be a problem. If the flower beds are not particularly dry other plants may grow more strongly than the Semper Houseleek
39

1518
DrPerry
DrPerry
Sedum ('Autumn Joy' shown)
  Sedum ('Autumn Joy' shown) May 18, 2009
Habit: upright Late Fall Perennial Plant Photo If you're wondering what those attractive stems and pods are in your garden in fall, or if you should pull this plant out as a weed or not, these photos of some key garden perennials in late fall may help. May also have basal growth by then, as you'd see in spring, which may help identify them too. "University of Vermont Extension" Sedum ('Autumn Joy' shown)
40

3758
gardengeek
gardengeek
Orpine Stonecrop - Sedum
  Orpine Stonecrop - Sedum May 15, 2009
Aizoaceae > Delosperma Nubigenum? Crassulaceae > Sedum Could be Stonecrop (Sedum debile) Sedum or Delosperma Plant - Unknown Orpine Stonecrop - Sedum
41

8044
gardengeek
gardengeek
Dragon's Blood Sedum, Two-row Stonecrop -  Sedum
  Dragon's Blood Sedum, Two-row Stonecrop - Sedum May 11, 2009
Sedum spurium AKA Dragon's Blood Sedum, Two-row Stonecrop, Creeping Stonecrop Orpine Family, no real diseases or pests. Dragon's Blood Sedum, Two-row Stonecrop -  Sedum
42

5173
gardengeek
gardengeek
Sedum 'Autumn Joy'
  Sedum 'Autumn Joy' May 11, 2009
Waxy Leaf Plant - Sedum 'Autumn Joy'
43

4125
gardengeek
gardengeek
Sempervivum 'Reinhard'
  Sempervivum 'Reinhard' May 04, 2009
Echeveria pulidonis Cactus and Succulents Agave type Cactus - Unknown Sempervivum 'Reinhard'
44

3736
gardengeek
gardengeek
Sedum - White Flower
  Sedum - White Flower May 04, 2009
Maybe ‘Athoum’ sedum SEDUM X RUBROTINCTUM Sedum - White Flower
45

5886
gardengeek
gardengeek
Creeping Sedum, Mexican sedum
  Creeping Sedum, Mexican sedum May 04, 2009
Prickmadam - Sedum reflexum Prickly Sedum Plant AKA Prickmadam, Stone Orpine, Crooked Yellow Stonecrop, Reflexed Stonecrop, Blue Stonecrop, Jenny's Stonecrop, Prick-madam Sedum reflexum can be used as a salad leaf or herb. --- Creeping Sedum, Mexican sedum
46

2638
artatom100
artatom100
Sedum Autumn Joy
  Sedum Autumn Joy May 02, 2009
Sedum Autumn Joy
47

5570
genny_happy
genny_happy
Red Kalanchoe
  Red Kalanchoe April 29, 2009
The genus was first described by the botanist Michel Adanson in 1763. Reportedly, the name came "from the Chinese name for one of the species." This Chinese species is thought to have been either Kalanchoe ceratophylla or Kalanchoe spathulata. The genus Bryophyllum was described by Salisbury in 1806 and the genus Kitchingia was created by Baker in 1881. Kitchingia is now regarded as a synonym for Kalanchoe, whereas some botanists treat Bryophyllum as a separate genus. These plants ar Red Kalanchoe
48

4486
genny_happy
genny_happy
Flor da Sorte, Yellow Kalanchoe
  Flor da Sorte, Yellow Kalanchoe April 29, 2009
Flor da Sorte, Yellow Kalanchoe
49

4275
genny_happy
genny_happy
White Kalanchoe, Flor da sorte
  White Kalanchoe, Flor da sorte April 29, 2009
White Kalanchoe, Flor da sorte
50

7902
artatom100
artatom100
White Stonecrop
  White Stonecrop April 21, 2009
The origin of this trailing succulent plant is unknown, although a related cousin of this plant (Sedum morganianum) is known to have come from Mexico. This fat-leafed plant creates long rubbery tendrils, that keep growing and growning. It loves direct sunlight, which turns their normally light lime color into a deep green-blue. You can easily transplant this plant by removing the lower leaves and letting the clipping dry for about a day. Water this plant only when it is dry. To much sun, or a White Stonecrop
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2322
fadinha_green
fadinha_green
Graptopetalum bella
  Graptopetalum bella March 16, 2009
Tacitus bellus was discovered by Alfred Lau in 1972 in West Mexico (states of Chihuahua and Sonora) at an altitude of 4,800 ft. It grows in rocky terrain with moderate sun exposure. Perennial Succulent plant slowly clustering. The rosettes are up to 10 cm in diameter almost flat to the ground Leaves are glabrous, approximately triangular, 25mm long, grey or bronze color. Flowers appear from May to July. At the top of a 10cm inflorescence, the flowers are over 2.5 cm, deep pink to red Graptopetalum bella



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