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Re: Need Plant ID

Sue, The more knowledgable people here are probably right about your 
plant being a sedum.  However, it looks a lot like my Plectranthus 
socotranus, which is a very nice, compact plant.  The only picture
I can find of it online doesn't look as compact as mine,  but give it
a look.  



In a message dated 04/06/2005 5:41:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
sue.nyc@att.net writes:
Can anyone tell me what this is? I picked it up at the local nursery this
afternoon. Unfortunately they weren't marked.
The leaves are fleshy and succulent like. Thanks so much!


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