116. Monday Flower: Blue Echeveria

by Ricardo April. 26, 2010 5129 views

Echeveria glauca aka Blue Echeveria

As I usually see, cactii and sucollent flowers are always sooo pretty!

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Moira 7 years ago

Very nice set I like the last shot best.

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Joã£O Oliveira 7 years ago

Muito bonitas, parabéns!

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Davorka ČEoviä‡ 7 years ago

Amazingly beautiful flowers!!

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Lynn 7 years ago

I really like this flower...very different and lovely :))

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Mar 7 years ago

Beautiful Ricky!

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Lynda 7 years ago

Unusual flowers. Why is it called blue when it's pink?

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Eiram 7 years ago

lovely!

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Juan Bautista 7 years ago

grandes fotos.

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Farideh_Homam 7 years ago

Beautiful set.I like N 1.

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Carolinesimone 7 years ago

sweet

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Marsha 7 years ago

What a lovely little flower....they look like bells! Nice work :)))

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Brian 7 years ago

Very interesting flower!

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Jack 7 years ago

linda

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Art Bee 7 years ago

Another wonderful Monday flower brought to us by" onlyricky"! Beautiful! Thanks!

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Pandka 7 years ago

My fav is the last shot:)

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Ibrahim 7 years ago

we always need your mondays flovers. ty Rick.

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Contesina 7 years ago

wonderful set!..Cacti are my favorites flowers!

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Thebronzebow 7 years ago

I believe I have this as a houseplant. Not blooming for me though. Great pics!

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Pickledherring 7 years ago

They are very pretty indeed.

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Jennye 7 years ago

beautiful!

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Tom 7 years ago

Very cool Ricky

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Walter 7 years ago

I wonder why they are called 'blue'... :-)

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Finbarr 7 years ago

Beautiful flowers set !!

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Ray 7 years ago

Very pretty. And they tolerate wickedly hot and dry conditions,

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Sandra Vermeulen 7 years ago

Yes, they are stunning flowers.

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Paolo Martini 7 years ago

...Indeed...very nice!

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