Plant ID forum: Help with succulent id

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Oct 18, 2016 7:09 AM CST

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Hi! I have this weird stick-like succulent and I would love to know what it is. The bare nubs will grow leafy nubs that then snap off when it gets to about 30cm tall. I stick the snapped off bits back into the soil and it roots quite happily. I'm aiming for a forest of sticks one day Smiling
Is it some sort of Euphorbia? Any help would be appreciated.

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Name: Tiffany
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Oct 18, 2016 8:10 AM CST
Take a look at Kleinia articulata.
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Name: tarev
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Oct 18, 2016 8:33 AM CST
That is pretty Lovey dubby

Agree with Tiffany, it is Kleinia articulatus. My plant is just waking up this Fall making those nice new leaves and later new roundish growth in late winter. My plant looks like it has biceps Big Grin It will grow new leaves when it cools down here, but I hide it indoors to protect it from our winter rains. It will keep the leaves till mid Spring, then the leaves dry off and it rests when our temps go very warm to hot.

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