Small Yellow Flowers with 4 Petals...
My mother bought me a plant for my birthday that bloomed heartily in February-April in lower Michigan when it got full sun and lots of water.
The leaves are large and about 3 millimeters thick, and very waxy. They are medium green and don't grow in any certain pattern. The leaves tend to be a teardrop shape with wavy edges (sort of like if you cut them with craft scissors). The leaves have been able to grow larger than my fist.
I moved back to upper Michigan, and it isn't getting as much light. I'm worried for my plant, but my mom doesn't know what it is called, and it didn't come with a stick to tell me what it needed.
Hi Cheyenne, that certainly is a pretty plant - I'm sorry I can't identify it for you off the top of my head. As it's succulent, from the look of the leaves I would assume that it probably needs similar care to most other succulent plants. Bright light is the most crucial aspect of caring for succulents. They don't necessarily need full sun, but good curtain filtered light in a south or east window, or if that's not possible, a grow light.
See the page on Succulent Care for more information.
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