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Can anyone identify this plant?

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Shibbergish
Tue Mar 12 2019, 02:23PM Email Thread Print View
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It was about 2 inches high when purchased last summer. At that time it had a small, bright flower on top, which fell off after a few days.

Ever since it was transplanted into a larger pot, it has been growing like crazy.

Thus far, online plant ID sites have been of no use. Due to the texture, color and thickness of the leaves, we think it is a succulent. Any ideas?


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Deb Doodah⭐
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Could it be a Kalanchoe?

What color was the flower?

The other I was thinking of was a Creeping Charlie but I think the stem is too thick for that.
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Doesn't look like Creeping Charlie, but no other ideas.

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Several species of Kalanchoe have had the best match so far, but all were a lighter shade of green, gray or brown.

The flower color is unknown.

This site has something like a hundred pages of succulents:

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I only made it a quarter way through. I guess I have to visit the remaining pages.
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Okay I found it. It's called a Flaming Katy, which is a species of Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana). Thanks for the hint.
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Shibbergish wrote ...

Okay I found it. It's called a Flaming Katy, which is a species of Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana). Thanks for the hint.




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