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Odd succulent taking over my lawn

comments (3) April 28th, 2013 in gallery
DaniFlorida DaniFlorida, member
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I have this growing on my lawn and all over the base of a palm tree in my front yard in south florida. If it's a nice plant I will relocate them into a big planter so they stop invading my lawn but if not, I'll just pull them all out. Some insight would be awesome!



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decorchick writes: Mother of Millions is a fun plant. I am in So. Fla too and have several varieties. The flowers are wonderful in the winter. They will produce very tall stems (5 feet) with small bell like buds. It is a bit invasive but interesting. Not hard to control. Works well in pots.
Posted: 8:02 am on May 6th
DaniFlorida writes: Thanks! I'm going to rip up most of them and save the nicest ones for maybe a pot out front :) Posted: 7:35 pm on April 28th
tntreeman writes: Kalanchoe daigremontiana syn. Bryophyllum daigremontianum mother of millions, i can imagine it would be VERY aggressive in south florida. all parts are poisonous Posted: 5:46 pm on April 28th
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