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Re: Re: id questions


Mine are standing still... must need more sun.

Donna


> 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
> mtalt@hort.net

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