I've been on a succulent trip recently and have acquired half a dozen
different succulents including living rocks, aloe, baby toes (my
favorite so far but finicky), and three that didn't have species
labels when I bought them. I have no idea how to search for them on
the Internet, succulent-oriented sites may list thousands of species
but I have no clue how to narrow my search based on appearance. I
suppose I could take photos of them and post them on a website for
y'all to identify, but I would like a resource where I could look up
unknown plants. Thanks for any help!
Surely you are making a joke, Lisa.
The book to which you refer is so full of errors, typos and bad pictures
that it is worthless for correct identification.
Like I said, your best bet is the various Yahoo groups.
You made another joke, Lisa. How very funny you are. The names on your
plants must be a laugh riot.
The majority of pix of succulents on the internet are posted by amateurs and
they are misidentified too. Probably its because they used that awful
picture book as their source for the names in the first place!!! How can he
verify if they are correct if he doesn't know if the pix on the internet are
It is much better he use the Yahoo groups that specialize in succulent
How lame, Suzy Q.
Would you rather it was a farting contest?
This isn't rec.gardens.Twinkies-rule either.
The question asked by the original poster was answered long ago. Its you
dizzy bimbettes that insist on taking the conversation to the extremely
stupid. Just let it go and start a new subject line if you biddies want to
go off-topic. None of you are bright enough nor interesting enough to be the
center of any worthwhile discussion.
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