Dudleya cymosa ssp. cymosa (Lemaire) Britton & Rose

Very variable and attractive plant that can form perfectly symmetrical rosettes with the right care

© Julia Etter & Martin Kristen

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First Description


Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 21, 1903




Synonyms


Echeveria amadorana Berger (1930)
    (Engler & Prantl: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien 2, 18a: 479, 1930)




Cotyledon angustiflora (Rose) Fedde (1904)
    (Just's Botanischer Jahresbericht 31, pt. 1: 826, 1904)




Dudleya angustiflora Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 14, 1903)




Echeveria angustiflora (Rose) Berger (1930)
    (Engler & Prantl: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien 2, 18a: 477, 1930)




Cotyledon cymosa (Lemaire) Baker (1869)
    (Saunders' Refugium Botanicum 1: 68, 1869)




Echeveria cymosa Lemaire (1858) (Basionym)
    (L'Illustration Horticole 10: Misc. 79, 1863)




Dudleya cymosa ssp. gigantea (Rose) Moran (1957)
    (Madrońo 14(3): 106, 1957)




Cotyledon gigantea (Rose) Fedde (1904)
    (Just's Botanischer Jahresbericht 31, pt. 1: 826, 1904)




Dudleya gigantea Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 23, 1903)




Echeveria lanceolata var. incerta Jepson (1936)
    (Flora of California 2: 115, 1936)



Cotyledon laxa var. cymosa (Lemaire) Jepson (1925)
    (Manual of Flowering Plants of California: 453, 1925)




Echeveria laxa var. cymosa (Baker) Jepson (1936)
    (Flora of California 2: 114, 1936)



Cotyledon laxa var. nevadensis (Watson) Jepson (1925)
    (Manual of Flowering Plants of California: 453, 1925)




Echeveria laxa var. nevadensis (Watson) Jepson (1936)
    (Flora of California 2: 114, 1936)



Cotyledon nevadensis Watson (1876)
    (Geological Survey of California, Botany 1: 212, 1876)




Dudleya nevadensis (Watson) Britton & Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 20, 1903)




Echeveria nevadensis (Watson) Nelson & Macbride (1913)
    (Botanical Gazette 56: 477, 1913)




Cotyledon plattiana Jepson (1901)
    (Flora of Western Middle California: 267, 1901)




Dudleya plattiana (Jepson) Britton & Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 20, 1903)




Echeveria plattiana (Jepson) Nelson & Macbride (1913)
    (Botanical Gazette 56: 477, 1913)




Dudleya purpusi (Schumann) Britton & Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 20-21, 1903)




Cotyledon purpusii Schumann (1896)
    (Notizblatt des Königlichen Botanischen Gartens und Museums zu Berlin 1: 161, 1896)




Echeveria purpusii (Schumann) Schumann (1896)
    (Notizblatt des Königlichen Botanischen Gartens und Museums zu Berlin 1: 161, 1896)




Cotyledon sheldonii (Rose) Fedde (1904)
    (Just's Botanischer Jahresbericht 31, pt. 1: 826, 1904)




Dudleya sheldonii Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 20, 1903)




Echeveria sheldonii (Rose) Berger (1930)
    (Engler & Prantl: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien 2, 18a: 479, 1930)





Literature


Nakai, K.: Some New and Reconsidered California Dudleya (Crassulaceae)




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Basic Data

Subgenus

Dudleya

Diameter

up to 12cm

Inflorescence

up to 30cm

Flower Color

yellow, orange, red

Flowering Time

May - June

Reproduction

seed

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Natural Location

Occurrence

California


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Various

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Horticulture Summer

Exposition

sunny to half shady

Watering

moderately


Horticulture Winter

Temperature

keep over 6°C / 43°F

Soil

keep moderately moist