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Help me out plant ID e Perth! - Saxifraga Umbrosa Primuloides

 
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What in the heck are these..they’re not sedums although they look like them..My friend calls them Winter Coral Bells
Small root system
Semi shade to sun
Pink flowers in spring..like a coral bell Heuchera flower
Spreads by root

I’m in zone 4; came from zone 6

Many thanks
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Awk!  No one knows!
 
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Could it be a variety of Saintpaulia?
 
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Carl Anderson wrote:Could it be a variety of Saintpaulia?



Don’t know!  Thanks...will research that!
 
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Janet Reed wrote:

Carl Anderson wrote:Could it be a variety of Saintpaulia?



Don’t know!  Thanks...will research that!



Nope! Definately not that.  Acts just like a succulent but it’s not like that fiber.  Never seen it before...came from the Seattle area..very prolific.
 
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Janet Reed wrote:

Janet Reed wrote:

Carl Anderson wrote:Could it be a variety of Saintpaulia?



Don’t know!  Thanks...will research that!



Nope! Definately not that.  Acts just like a succulent but it’s not like that fiber.  Never seen it before...came from the Seattle area..very prolific.




How about Saxifraga Primuloides?
 
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Janet Reed wrote:

Janet Reed wrote:

Carl Anderson wrote:Could it be a variety of Saintpaulia?



Don’t know!  Thanks...will research that!



Nope! Definately not that.  Acts just like a succulent but it’s not like that fiber.  Never seen it before...came from the Seattle area..very prolific.



Here's a picture of Saxifraga Umbrosa Primuloides:

 
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THATS IT!  You are the greatest!  I can’t believe it!  I’ve looked everywhere!  Thank you so very very much!
 
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