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I believe the plant is bryophyllum delagoense. My grandmother called it Mother of Millions. I got a start of it from a friend in Palm Bay, FL.
Posted by sharblues on 2010-03-26, 13:38:33 Report this as offensive.
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Thank you SharBlue your time and consideration in helping me identify this plant is greatly appreciated. It is a fitting name for this plant because the bottom half of the plant produces thousands of seeds and they seem to sprout everywhere! Again Thank you for your input. mason_1961
Posted by mason_1961 on 2010-03-28, 11:49:56 Report this as offensive.
You're welcome Mason. If you type the botanical name into your web browser, there's a lot of info on the plant. Mine blooms every summer here in the midwest after being wintered inside.
Posted by sharblues on 2010-03-29, 23:27:56 Report this as offensive.
Looks like an Allium of some type
Posted by papernpaste1 on 2010-04-01, 06:38:25 Report this as offensive.
I am unable to find anyone who know what kind of plant this is, can anyone identify it for me?
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