This is a very nice selection of other succulents. My favorite, if I have the ID right, is Aloe erinacea. I've never seen one that was multi-headed. It's a beautiful aloe and I had a nice one that was destroyed in the tornado damage to our house in 2002. Of course the Dudelya brittonii is always a winner with its beautiful foliage color. Many growers are afraid to put it in shows because of the ever present danger of finger prints on the leaves. What is the third plant down from the top? Looks like an aloe but I don't recognize it. Again, all the plants are great, including the fat plants and the Carraluma. Did you bring home any new plants? Treating yourself to a few additions to your collection is always a fun part of a C&S show. Thanks for sharing a little of the show with us. Bob
It could be early damage that has caused the Aloe to be multi-headed.I have read about the tornado. How often do they occur. The nearest I have experienced is a 'hurricane' in 1987. Winds 120 mph but this only happens once in a few hundred years. Bad enough but nothing compared to what you suffered.I did get some plants. Mainly Sulcorebutias and Lithops.