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Can resist months without water.
Jade plant definitely blooms with enough winter rain. Here's a good example: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/888...
I agree with you Ava T-B, it looks like C. ovata, which flowers under the right conditions, like all Crassula.
Thank you MayraSpringmann & Ava T-B, well Ava T-B that specie dont give flowers, but im going still finding thank you :)
I think this is ID'd wrong. I think its a Crassula ovata, or Jade Plant (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jade_plant) native to South Africa but grows everywhere, especially well in So Cal and Baja.
WoW!! Muito linda!!
Welcome....I am expecting you will decorate your spottings with added info of what you feel during such spottings.
thank you AshishNimkar, in my house i'm going to install the explorer google crome :p
Welcome Frank... With Google Chrome.. anyone can translate any language so you can add description and comments in your language.
thank you AshishNimkar! :) if you speak spanish, muchas gracias amigo! :P
Its interesting...(Need to scroll down lot)This link says it is Sedum praealtumhttp://www.cuexcomate.com/
Genus is Sedumhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sedum
Spotted on May 1, 2012 Submitted on May 8, 2012
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