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Please help ID this succulent

My neighbor's sister gave me a leaf cutting this spring and it grew :D I can't believe this used to be just a single leaf. 8)

...but she didn't know the name of it. Here's my new baby -- does anyone know what it might be?
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Re: Please help ID this succulent

Echeveria runyonni?
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[quote="Rose bloom"]Echeveria runyonii?quote] I made a mistake.
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Thanks! But if it is, it doesn't look like I'm not giving it enough light. :oops:
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Um, could you repeat that? I don't get what you were saying.[/quote][quote="applestar"]Thanks! But if it is, it doesn't look like I'm not giving it enough light.
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I love it when you can see an entire plant grow from a leaf. It's so cool! I've started a few jades from leaf, and it's amazing. Sorry, but I don't know the name of it though.

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I am pretty sure it is some kind of Sedum. There are hundreds so not sure which kind, maybe Borschii?
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