Help identifying succulent

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childew

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I inherited this plant, and have been unable to identify it. Anyone know what it could be? If this pic isn't good enough, let me know and I'll try to get a better one.
 

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Flower4Yeshua

Super Moderator & vegemm
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I have one of these plants I got off a bargin table...it realy seems rough to get the right amount of water...too much and I get white moldish looking stuff...and the plant seems to look like it is begining to rot...not enough and it turns brown...I know that is what happens with plants but have not gotten it down just how much and how often I should water it
 

RonsGarden

Super Moderator
Staff member
Hoya love well drained soil so make sure the pot has good drainage.
Always let the soil dry before watering again.
While it is activily growing water it more often.
 

Annette99

New Member
I have mine in a north window of my house and it blooms faithfully twice a year. I have let it dry out alot and it doesn't seem to mind.
 

sfishergirl

New Member
I only water mine once a month unless it is very warm then I check for dry soil once a week but they only get watered when dry and they dont like wet feet
 


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