not an Echeveria, ---
Plant identification, please. Gave cuttings from my garden of thriving succulent in ground, now they're asking what is it. It's not Echeveria, but has the smooth green succulent leaves. Cuttings grow fast. Long tentacles grow from plant with beautiful dime size purple flowers. Surprising that the wind hasn't blown these spindley tentacles down! I guess I should just call Armstrong Nursery on Morena Blvd where I bought the first plant and ask them, maybe.
San Diego, CA
Drought Smart Plants reply: Hi Rita, your description doesn't ring a bell at all, sorry! Without a picture, it's doubly hard.
If you know where it came from originally, that would be the place to ask.
I'll be interested to know, and if you have a picture I can add it here.
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