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plant wanted

- Wed, 07 Oct 2020 14:55:13 EST /JyEBjw0 No.147403
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so once i went into a candle store and i was just strolling but then i saw a beautiful plant way up in the dark and i pet it and it was real. they didnt know what plant it was and i wanted to come back later but the store had been closed and once opened remodeled and the plant was gone.

im trying to find it. it grew a bit like an ivy, longish and heart shaped leafs BUT meaty and dark green and velvety. im going crazy. any experts here what it might be?

pic rel my plant is camoflaging too
Reuben Conningridge - Wed, 14 Oct 2020 18:00:05 EST rQg3bcj2 No.147413 Reply
so i came to the conclusion due to the fat leaves it might be some type of succulents. any idea?
Nigel Davingman - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:46:44 EST XOn5S12g No.147420 Reply
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Probably a succulent. Likely this one: Rosary Vine aka String of Hearts.
Nell Hobblesune - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 13:22:27 EST bncsmt7D No.147424 Reply
i will get one of these, thank you. yet this is not it. they grew like a ivy does, on a long stem, not string. and the leaves were much thicker, really fleshy

thank you for caring. i research further

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