Three or so months ago I was at a Home Depot and decided to check
out their cp display. None of the plants were in desirable condition except
for one, which was very dead, but what caught my attention is that there
were several offshoots growing off of one dead leaf. Furthermore, the
remains didn't look like the plants that I always see in this area which are
D. adelae and D. spathulata and probable hybrids.
But to see this plant in it's one, last-ditch-effort to survive, I decided to buy
it, seeing that it had potential and knowing that is was a species that I didn't
have. After giving it a few days in it's original container with better lighting
conditions, I snipped off all the sprouts and planted them in a larger one,
using a mix of peat and silica sand.
They are now about one inch in across and seem to be doing well but I
don't know what the are. I have checked the web and the books and my
guesses would be D. intermedia, rotundifolia, or hybrid.
They may be too young to identify, but if any of you experts can give me
a better idea of what I have, I would appreciate any info that I can get.