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Succulent ID

I need help identifying these two plants.

I found this one on the floor at the gardening section at Lowe's. lol
I think this one might be Sedum morganianum, but I'm not too sure.


& I got this one from my friend's mom.


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Well they are both definately in the cactus family, but sorry I can't identify them for you. :( Hopefully someone else with more knowledge will come on and help you out. Good Luck. :)

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I believe you are correct that the small one is a burro tail (sedum morg..) because I have many babies that look just like that!!!! Keep it happy and it will be with you for years and years.

The other one pictured out of soil, I'm not too sure!!
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The second picture looks like a green version of Flippin' flapjacks
I feel an attack of dumb blonde coming on!

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Not much help to you, as I don't know what they are, but I really like the two back ones in the picture. Really cute. Hopefully somebody will come on that actually knows. Enjoy they are pretty! :)

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The first one is Sedum burrito & the second is Kalanchoe luciae.

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Re: Succulent ID

The first one is Sedum burro, Burrito Sedum, nickname Donkey's Tail. The 2nd one looks like Kalanchoe luciae but could be Kalanchoe thyrsiflora, nicknames Paddle Plant or Flapjack. I believe the only difference between the 2 is the flower color. Thyrsiflora has yellow flowers while luciae has white, powdery flowers.

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