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Can anyone tell me the kind of plant this is? My customer told me that it get a white flower when it blooms


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Posted 2015-07-13T00:58:44+0000  by Prince_Of_GardenHD02 Prince_Of_GardenHD02
 
Hi Prince_Of_Garden02,

It's always nice to hear from a fellow garden associate on The Community!

I feel that this is an example of pachysandra terminalis, although I have never seen an example with such large foliage.



Pachysandra grows in moderate to complete shade in the landscape and is hardy in climate zones 4 through 7.

Here's a link to my findings.

If your plant is tropical, and is not a landscape plant, let me know so we can continue our search.

Thanks for asking,

-Travis
Posted 2015-07-14T15:12:30+0000  by Travis_HD_ATL
Hi Prince_Of_Garden02.

Another possibility is the Kalanchoe Brachyalobo or a Bryophyllum. 

The leaf structure looks very similar to the one in your picture.

 


Rick_HD_OC

Posted 2015-07-14T17:59:37+0000  by Rick_HD_OC
 
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