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    help with plant ID please - crassula ovata undulata?

    Bought this from a little one owner nursery this week while traveling for work.

    I asked the owner what type of succulent it was and she said, Europa.

    I asked her to spell it just in case I was misunderstanding her. E U R O P A.

    I said huh, it looks kind of like a jade plant.

    Yes, she said.



    I think it is wavy jade, or crassula ovata undulata. I also think it has been overwatered, and am toying with repotting it (it's in a plastic pot one size smaller than the clay pot I'm using to make sure it doesn't tip over).

    Thoughts? And thoughts on light requirements? Right now it's in a dry terrarium, on the "shady" end.

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    From the photo, looks like Hoya compacta 'Indian Rope'.
    "Blessed are the cracked….
    For they are the ones who let in the light."



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    I could agree wuth that... Don't think its a crassula wavy jade since I have one of those.

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    Oh wow. Just looked at photos of that.

    I wonder why she spelled it Europa?

    Thanks for the ID.

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    I'm yet to visit a nursery that properly labels cacti and succulents.

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