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#52093 May 26th, 2007 at 03:02 PM
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When weeding, the best way to make sure you are removing a weed and not a valuable plant is to pull on it. If it comes out of the ground easily, it is a valuable plant. Mary Ann LaPensee
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that might be hens-chicks. sempervivum.

could also be in the graptopetalum family, too.

i hate it when they don't tell you anything other than 'succulent'!! there are so many and some do have different requirements.


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Looks like hens and chicks to me as well.

Kenny, did you get the package I sent yet?


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I have many of them I plant them in large snail shells.They are called Echeveria.

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thanks guys! just to add...it is blooming when i bought it, one yellow flower open and a few buds close to opening!


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Kenny,
I had a plant that looked exactly like what you posted and you said it had a yellow flower on it don't laugh but mine had a label and it was called "Sedum Burrito Giant" and it has yellow and orange flowers. It grows proficiently.
I found the soil liked to get somewhat dry and then took a good drink. I enjoyed mine until a baseball game broke out in my living room. ughhhhhhhhh. Boys got to love them. Enjy your new plant.

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i googled it.

sedum burrito giant is it! aka giant burro's tail or giant donkey's tail.


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