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Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
(Zone 7a)

August 17, 2001
2:25 AM

Post #10958

Ran back to Walmart today. The last few pictures in thr group are all of the same plant. He was in a dish garden with about 5 other Succulents that had all gone to mush (from the excessive water) So they let me pinch off the last bit of healthy growth and take it home at no cost! I was thrilled, I felt like a dork doing it, But I got more joy out of that then the other plants I bought! SO any help in identifying any of them would be appreciated.
Thanks Holly
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Petaluma, CA

August 24, 2001
6:50 PM

Post #115424

Holly, I'm a real idiot about succulent plants, but wanted to move your post up a little...
(hoping Jon looks in...)

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