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singhg45 wrote: Despite the name Crassula ovata, almost all images on DG (and single bush in my house here in Sunnyvale, CA) have leaves which are obovate to spathulate in shape, distinctly narrowed towards base. This is the first plant I found in SFO Zoo, which seems to have typical ovate leaves, perhaps smaller than other distinctly narrowed towards tip and having similar habit. Pl. help in its identity.