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May 02, 2011
Thank You!
by: Greg Halbeisen

Jacki,
I am thrilled that you were able to identify my mystery plant. A little more information for you. It was the only one around that we could find and it was on a high cliff above a small waterfall. We found it in a place called Christmas Tree Pass in Grapevine Canyon just outside Laughlin, Nevada. The canyon walls are coved with petroglyphs and this place holds significant meanings for the Indians in our area. All this just makes it more special. As I said it is doing really well since we transplanted it and I hope it continues to flourish. Thanks again for your help!

Apr 19, 2012
Dudleya
by: Ronaele

This is a Dudleya, can't tell which one by the picture. May be a CITES plant.

Apr 19, 2012
Thanks again!
by: Greg Halbeisen

Thanks Ronaele for posting your note about my mysterious plant. I just spent an hour on line looking up more information and pictures however, the CITES site is way confusing and difficult to use. Anyway, I find it even more interesting now and will continue my research. It is thriving in the pot that I put it in and doubled in size and getting ready to bloom again. Any other information you could share would be appreciated. I will post some better pics of it. Thanks again!

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