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Today's thing of beauty is this succulent flower. I planted a pot of various succulents this year but I overwatered them and a few died.
This small plant put out two long stems with this draping flower cluster on the end. The flower has lasted over two weeks. I am enjoying its unusual shape.
I love finding such simply beautiful things in life.
I can't find the identification name tags that came with each plant to tell you what variety of plant this is. The one behind it with the wider leaves has not bloomed.
The dusty blue-gray of the foliage is so nice with the pink flowers.
All the best,
Posted at 03:15 PM in Daily Thing of Beauty, Flowers, Gardening | Permalink
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