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Jul 6, 2016 7:15 PM CST
|My friend asked me to plant sit this succulent a year ago. What's it called?
Jul 6, 2016 7:28 PM CST
|You have been plant sitting for a year? I think that squatter's rights apply here. The plant is now yours.
I think its an Echeveria but I'm not good at succulents. Someone will be along to correct me in a minute. It needs more light.
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Jul 7, 2016 2:12 PM CST
|Hi & welcome @Succulentsally!
Your plant is so stretched from being in low light, it may not be possible to ID. Echeveria is as good of a guess as any at this point. Do you have a more brightly lit spot available?
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Name: Juvia Smith
Lautoka, Fiji. (Zone 10b)
Jul 8, 2016 9:17 AM CST
she looks like a really stretched out echeveria to me but she could be part of the graptopetalum species...you can save her by stem propagation...she's stretching out to look for sunlight so maybe placing her in a better sun lit spot will help her grow into the beautiful rosette she's suppose to be in
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