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Hey Jeff What?

Posted by marquest z5 PA (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 15, 11 at 9:12

You sent me this years ago. I know the front plant is a aloe but what is the plant in the back?


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RE: Hey Jeff What?

Hey Marquest! You should wait for Jeff to respond, but I'll guess that it's a type of succulent Pelargonium, perhaps P. appendiculatum if the leaves look sort of fuzzy. (can't tell from the pic)

RE: Hey Jeff What?

Thank you Rose. It does not feel fuzzy to me. How is my plant physic doing? LOL

I think you missed this because I did not hear from you.

Here is a link that might be useful: Jeff's gifts

RE: Hey Jeff What?

You've had this nomenklusteral monkey on your back this long and just now 'fessing up? Well, it's Pelargonium carnosum IIRC - great stands of it would grow in the nurturing caliche of San Diego central. I'd like to think of more simian humour, because I'm a sucker for monkey japery (particularly the penguin joke, which I'm unable to link to) get the idea.

RE: Hey Jeff What?

Thanks Jeff. Yes I get the idea. LOL

The plant seem to suit this pot it must have known you wanted him to be planted in this pot it ran over and jumped in with the aloe. LOL

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