Succulent Sunday at An Alameda Garden. When riding the N-Judah MUNI line between 35 and 36 Ave, there is a little succulent strip I always. I decided to get off the train and take a closer look.
The shape repeats between the wooden post to the round shaped succulent. Those Aeonium arboreum look great against that wall, but does anybody know what the ones in the foreground are? We suspect that they are a type of Echeveria…maybe a cvs derived off lola? Need help as it is driving me crazy.
Here are those mysterious succulents again. Now I wonder if they are some sort Hens and Chicks as they are pretty compact (Sempervivum spp.)
Pulled the camera back to get an establishing shot seen outside the N-Judah. Those that ride N down..it is on the right side at the 36 Ave stop.
The bulk of the garden is comprised of Jade (Crassula ovata), Aeonium, Euphorbia, Juniper (Juniperus cvs.), and Mirror Shrub (Coprosma repens).
– Far Out Flora
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