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    Hoya kerrii variegata im think

    id say albo marginata to be exact?

    my first thought was ficus tho and i still am kinda leaning that way

    Ficus Triangularis but im not sure
     
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    Many thanks for the suggestion Botanically Baked.
    I can see why you thought of Hoya kerrii.....
    "is a an evergreen, climbing, shrubby, perennial with opposite pairs of fleshy mid-green, variegated leaves. .."

    Looking at my pic I believe the leaves are alternate forming a sort of zig zag...not does it appear to want to climb.
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    Do you remember if it was woody? It's hard to tell from the pics.
     
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    wcutler,
    Perfect...Euphorbia tithymaloides subsp padifolia ..... looks spot on.
    I am most grateful to you for doing this research for me.
    When I first saw it I thought Euphorbia tithymaloides...the stem had the same white markings as the regular plant. see pic below from regular plants
    Only when I got home did I realise the leaves were completely different.
    Many thanks.
    SS
     

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