Succulent

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MacroLuv
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Succulent

Post by MacroLuv »

I have no idea about ID but found it flowering in one of the city's central parks in the middle of november. :D

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Camera model Olympus SP-320
Date/time 11.11.2006/13:13:38
Exposure time 1/125 s
F-number f/2.8
ISO 64
Focal length 8 mm

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Camera model Olympus SP-320
Date/time 11.11.2006/13:13:56
Exposure time 1/200 s
F-number f/2.8
ISO 64
Focal length 8 mm
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Post by beetleman »

it does look like it has pretty thick looking leaves Nikola. With your weather, it is not a too late of a bloomer. You should have grabbed some of the red seedpods in the first picture :wink:
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Post by cactuspic »

My best guess off the top of my head is a sedum. Many of them are also very cold hardy. I will try to check one of my books tonight but it really isn,t very deep in sedums.

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Post by MacroLuv »

Thanks folks! :D
Definitively some kind of sedum, Irwin.
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