fleshy green leaf

by Cathy
(Fullerton, CA, USA)



green serrated leafs with new leaf growth in center of old leaf

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Mar 29, 2015
Tiny Picture!
by: Jacki

That's got to be the worlds tiniest picture, but off the top, based on the fact that it's got opposite leaves, I'm making a guess that it's some kind of Kalanchoe. Sorry I can't pin it down any more than that, but if you look on this page, maybe you'll find it.

There are just too many to be able to make a quick id, without much closer pictures that show the details of the leaf structure.

Mar 12, 2016
Mother of millions
by: Katelyn

I think your best chance is to look at the plant called mother of millions. I have so many different varieties that some even look almost identical to that. Good luck!

May 24, 2016
Congo Aloe possibly
by: Jerry

Not the best picture but it could very well be a Congo Aloe (Aloe Congolensis)

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