These leaves look a bit wifer than what mine has. My plant avtually has very narrow leaves and some of them are changing to yellow with sunlight. I have just a couple of shoots whoch have yellowed completely.Liz M wrote:The first thing I thought of when I saw this is Sedum. Then I went and looked round mine and found nothing similar. Then I wondered if it could be Aeonium sedifolium, that has small leaves in rosettes that make a clump. If it is, it is best grown in very good sunlight so that it develops the red tannic stripes that makes this plant looks so attractive. This is a picture of mine.
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