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Rozax
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I THINK this is a non-flowering succulent

The vendor said it doesn't flower, in any case. Can anyone here tell me what this is?
[img]https://muzy-posts.s3.amazonaws.com/i/orig/l0462w15uzu44trhdcxjbp1s8key1ih0.jpg[/img]

And a closeup!
[img]https://muzy-posts.s3.amazonaws.com/i/orig/0hyfpb3i0nrksor0dd3t1v53ijn4ndse.jpg[/img]

Thank you!
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It is waxy so it is not a succulent. Don't know where you live to determine.

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Welcome! I think that might be tricolor sedum. I'm not positive, though. If I'm correct, it does flower with small pink flower clusterss in the summer. :)

Here's a pic:

[img]https://jjnursery.com/j15/components/com_virtuemart/shop_image/product/Tricolor_Sedum_4d830bcad88e2.gif[/img]

Another possibility is Crassula ovata 'triccolor', and here's a pic of it. It also blooms, but only when it's really happy:

[img]https://files.bonsai.by/2010/04/crassula-tricolor-sunset.jpg[/img]

Both of these plants are, indeed, succulents. :)
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tricolor sedum

Kisal wrote:Welcome! I think that might be tricolor sedum. I'm not positive, though. If I'm correct, it does flower with small pink flower clusters in the summer. :)

Here's a pic:

[img]https://jjnursery.com/j15/components/com_virtuemart/shop_image/product/Tricolor_Sedum_4d830bcad88e2.gif[/img]
That's it! Thank you!
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