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SOLVED: It's Green & Fuzzy -What is it??

Jonesboro, GA(Zone 7b)

I think this may be a type of Sage, but don't know it's name. It has thick fuzzy leaves and no oder.

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High Desert, CA(Zone 8a)

that plant if not mistaken belongs to the kalanchoe family. if not mistaken it is close to this url http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Canopy/6400/kalanchoe/kalanchoe.html hope that help. it is in succulent family. do not over water specially in the winter time. hope that help.

Sodwana Bay KZN, South Africa

I agree, if you look up Kalanchoe beharensis at the above link, you will find there 'Oak Leaf' which is actually a hybrid between K.beharensis and K.millotii. I believe that is your plant.
I love the colour!
maddy

Jonesboro, GA(Zone 7b)

Yes, Thank you both so much for the info. I really beleive it is the K. millotii. I thought I answered last pm to MaVieRose but don't see the post. Thanks for the link, it will be helpful for other plants too.
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Sodwana Bay KZN, South Africa

Azalea, the pure K.millotii has a much rounder, flatter leaf than your plant. I still think it is a K.beharensis x millotii hybrid.
maddy

High Desert, CA(Zone 8a)

u're very welcome ;). it is my pleasure... ma vie rose

Jonesboro, GA(Zone 7b)

Maddy, I think you are right, but whatever it is I like it very much - a real special little plant. Thanks again.

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