Dudleya lanceolata (Nuttall) Britton & Rose

Extremely variable, widespread dudleya that is pretty undemanding

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First Description


Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 23-24, 1903




Synonyms


Dudleya bicolor P. Thomson (1993)
    (Dudleya and Hasseanthus Handbook: 192-194, 1993)




Dudleya brauntoni Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 24, 1903)




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




Echeveria brauntonii (Rose) Berger (1930)
    (Engler & Prantl: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien 2, 18a: 480, 1930)




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




Dudleya congesta Britton (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 25, 1903)




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




Dudleya cymosa ssp. minor (Rose) Moran (1957)
    (Madroņo 14(3): 108, 1957)




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




Dudleya elongata Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 28, 1903)




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




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




Dudleya hallii Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 17, 1903)




Echeveria hallii (Rose) Nelson & Macbride (1913)
    (Botanical Gazette 56: 476, 1913)




Cotyledon lanceolata (Nuttall) Brewer & Watson (1876)
    (Geological Survey of California, Botany 1: 211, 1876)




Echeveria lanceolata Nuttall (1840) (Basionym)
    (Flora of North America 1: 561, 1840)




Dudleya lanceolata ssp. elongata (Rose) Moran (1951)



Echeveria lanceolata var. lurida (Rose) Munz (1935)
    (Manual of Southern California Botany 213, 1935)



Echeveria laxa var. minor (Rose) Jepson (1936)
    (Flora of California 2: 114, 1936)



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




Dudleya lurida Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 22, 1903)




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




Dudleya minor Rose (1903)
    (Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden 3(9): 19, 1903)




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




Echeveria monicae Berger (1930)
    (Engler & Prantl: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien 2, 18a: 478, 1930)




Dudleya nevadensis ssp. minor (Rose) Abrams (1945)
    (Illustrated Flora of the Pacific States 2: 335, 1944)




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




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




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




Dudleya pendletonia P. Thomson (1993)
    (Dudleya and Hasseanthus Handbook: 196-198, 1993)




Dudleya reflexa Britton (1905)
    (North American Flora 22(1): 36, 1905)




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




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




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




Echeveria robusta (Britton) Berger (1930)
    (Engler & Prantl: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien 2, 18a: 478, 1930)




Dudleya temeculana P. Thomson (1993)
    (Dudleya and Hasseanthus Handbook: 200-201, 1993)








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Basic Data

Subgenus

Dudleya

Diameter

up to 17cm

Inflorescence

up to 30cm

Flower Color

yellow, orange, red

Flowering Time

May - June

Reproduction

seed

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Natural Location

Occurrence

Baja California Norte, California


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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