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What is this flower?

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DignDirt blog photos
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Posted: May/22/2011 9:48 AM PST

It seems to be a groundcover. Prettier than the picture.

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witt blog photos
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Posted: May/22/2011 10:16 AM PST

Oh I have that! We call it Aunt Winnie's moss. hahaha Wait a minute and see if I can find the folder where the real name is. I just saw it the other day.
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Posted: May/22/2011 10:22 AM PST

This is what I was told when I had someone ID it back in 2008 when I first came on GG. sedum sarmentosum
DignDirt blog photos
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Posted: May/22/2011 12:02 PM PST

Thanks Witt. I don't know how I got this on houseplants but glad you guys found it.
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Joined: 5/07/2010
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Posted: May/22/2011 2:14 PM PST

It is Sedum lineare "Golden Teardrop" Notice the trailing habit.

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Posted: May/22/2011 3:10 PM PST

Oh, I guess I'm wrong then. That's what GG told me back in 2008. Sorry!
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Posted: May/22/2011 3:21 PM PST

Often confused.

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txrose blog photos
Joined: 3/04/2007
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Posted: Oct/20/2011 8:43 PM PST

I too have some of the trailing kind. I was told what Witt was told it was as well. They look pretty much the same to me well...cept it trails
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