Please identify this plant

by Larry Muirhead
(Lake Worth Fl)



Not sure if it's in the Aloe family.
Can you help with identification?

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Oct 05, 2015
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identify plant NEW
by: Larry m.

When you Google "mother of millions" you see it.
It's good for you too.

Oct 05, 2015
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by: Zander Langosh IV

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May 15, 2015
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what I know
by: vasu

no it dosn't belongs to aloe family, I too hv tht plnt, I dntno name in english but tis plnt grows baby plants on leaf rims just like jades

May 14, 2015
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Can you identify Larry's plant?
by: Ruth

I'm sorry, Larry, but I can't tell from the photos. My first reaction is - not likely because the leaves look too thin. Is there any gel in them at all?

On the other hand, I'm most familiar with the kind I have, and I know there are many other varieties of Aloes out there. So I'll post this and see if anyone else who comes along has a better guess as to what this plant of yours is.

Hey, visitor, can you identify Larry's plant from these two photos?

Blessings & Thanks,
Ruth

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