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Re: id questions

I rather fancy the cobweb versions myself.  The flowers are almost
outer space looking, aren't they and these are succulents so that's
why the flowers resemble those of succulent type plants.  I think the
flowers would be a lot neater if the durn stems would stay vertical,
but they always (on mine at least) seem to start vertical and then
fall over..and I can't see staking them:)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Donna  <justme@prairieinet.net>
> Thanks Marge,
> I guess what threw me is the cobweb style not to mention this
flower. I
> have some normal type hens and chicks, but nothing that resembles
> one, nor have any of mine threw up a stem and flowered. Reminded me
of a
> cactus/succulent type plant. Hence my confusion!
> Sunny area are not a problem here- have much more than I need,
> on fixing that. 
> Donna

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