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Article: Graptopetalums, Pachyphytums and their hybrids: Echeveria look-alikes: Thank you

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vanessa_c
Tustin, CA

January 29, 2009
6:09 PM

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Thank you for posting this article. I have Pachyphytum oviferum but couldn't find it in any of my garden books. Yes, the leafs drop at the blink of an eye; that's why I have so much of it since it's hard to through those potential plants away.

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