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HauntedCutting wrote:
Got this cutting from a succulent vine owned by sister-in-law who swears the thing is creepy and haunted. She's 50 and has had the plant since college days. She and my brother swear they have seen it move before.

The mother plant I took the cutting from has long unhealthy cascading vines with twiggy ends that have little bumps on them that resemble micro-versions of eyes on potatoes. (They look like they are seeking soil in which to expand.) Brother says the plant gets little clumps of pinkish ugly flowers from time to time. Sister-in-law protested when I took a cutting from it because the plant scares her and she doesn't want to piss it off (dumb, I know), but I promised her I would plant it.

The leaves are about as thick as a snow pea but not lumpy like a snow pea. Dicot. Ovate. Smooth edges. Back of leaves whitish looking. Two leaves are healthy dark, two yellowish. All are flecked with light spots and some brownish spots that all look like results of dissatisfaction with life in a Pacific Northwest windowsill. Thank you for any help you folks might have in identification!


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