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andrew_yek wrote: originated from taiwan, i think the mature leaves will root if fallen to ground. thick leaves.. not sure if it is succulent.
i think this is the type of plant leaves that we used as bookmark when we were young.. it will grow root from the jagged leaves.
i think they call it "落地生根“。 which means if it fall to ground , it will root. .