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what is this?

Posted by betula_pondula (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 27, 08 at 23:51

i recently extracted this small plant from northern AZ and the climate is very harsh in the winter when i got it it was less than an inch tall. within the last mont or so it has grown three times its size before. can anybody tell me what this is?


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RE: what is this?

It looks like a fairly common succulent, but rather than hear my wrong guess, what about posting on the Cacti & Succulents forum where they're better at those?


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thanks. will do


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And come back and tell us what it is if you find out!

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i will for sure keep posted. im not seeing flowers yet but i will keep posted


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An Arizonian here and it definitely looks like a succulent...


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someone from the suculant forum said it might be a sedum. Im not sure what the colors are but they should have flowers some time. i will keep posted on anything new.


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