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Oct 17, 2012
Graptoveria Fred Ives
by: danielle

This plant is called Graptoveria Fred Ives. Very easy to propagate. If you cut off the head within a couple weeks you should have several little babies growing from the stem. I use this succulent often in Landscapes. Senecio mandralicae compliments it very well.

Oct 17, 2012
Huh?
by: Jacki

Hi Danielle, I wondered if it was one of those types of generic hybrids too, but if you look here: Dave's Garden Website the images there of Fred Ives show yellow flowers however, so I am not 100% on that one. Good try though, it looks identical except for the bloom color.

Oct 18, 2012
Graptoveria Fred Ives
by: Danielle Romero

I'd bet money the picture is of Graptoveria Fred Ives. The color flower could be a pale yellow possible confused for white. Often I'll have clients describe a plant and when I see the plant it is not what I expected.

LOL - I know what you mean! Maybe the original poster can verify the flower color - if they are white, then this is most likely it, because I agree, Danielle, otherwise it's a dead ringer.

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