Name: Mary Lake Stevens, WA (Zone 8a) Near Seattle
How sure are you that this is not a geranium (pelargonium)- there are succulent pelargoniums, I grow one myself.
You might sent a photo to http://geraniaceae.com/cgi-bin... and see if they know, they sell about a zillion of both hardy geraniums and pelargoniums.
The mystery has been solved. I wrote to the Local College in their horticultural department and sent the same picture. It is a Kalanchoe carnea 'Modoc'.
Kalanchoe carnea 'Modoc' - This is an upright growing succulent to 3-4 feet tall with green glabrous leaves, 2-3 inches wide by 4-5 inches long that have blunt scalloped margins reflexed under. Showy pink flowers in terminal racemes rise above the foliage in summer. This plant is often found in shady neglected corners of older gardens where it survives without irrigation. The plants look better and will flower regularly in full sun with some irrigation. It is cold hardy into the mid 20s F without damage. This plant has been in cultivation in Southern California for many years.
Name: Tiffany purpleinopp Opp, AL @--`--,----- 🌹 (Zone 8b)
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