Identification: Plant ID!

Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by xtina910, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. xtina910

    xtina910 Member

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    I bought this at school, from a traveling plant salesperson.
    It was displayed near the cacti.
    He was unclear with the name.

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    Any ideas.
     

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  2. Lila Pereszke

    Lila Pereszke Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    Hm... I think it's a Sedum pachyphyllum...
     
  3. constantgardener

    constantgardener Active Member 10 Years

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    I agree, it looks like a big version of one I had. This is a cross or hybrid between sedum and pachyveria.
     
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    cookie_mccool Active Member

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    Seriously, a traveling plant salesperson? That is awesome! Where do I find one of them?
     
  5. xtina910

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    He is awesome, he comes a couple times a year to my college (SUNY Purchase)
    I don't know his name, business or anything about him.
    However I've purchased Ponytail palms, Money Trees, Orchids, and various small Cactus/Aloe plants from him that were all under 20 bucks.
    Next time I really should get a name...
     
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    I don't know the exact name of it, but it's a succulent called Ghost Plant. I used to have them when I took an horticulture class in high school. I LOVE them, and I've had a hard time finding them. It's leaves can reroot themselves, and they're very hardy.
     

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