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Posted 3M ago by @CindyinFriscoTX

Is this really a string of dolphins?

So Greg is insistent that this is a string of dolphins but I’ve checked thoroughly and there are no fins in here.

Additionally, maybe it’s the name and lack of true identity, but Flippa is losing leaves and drooping. Her lower stems are woody if that would help with id-ing her.

Current condition is cover photo. Window photo was when I originally added her into the app. I’ve also included β€œGreg Photos” which show her leaves as much brighter green than they really are. #SucculentLove #SucculentSquad #StringLoversTogether #stringsofthings #StringOfDolphins
3” pot with drainage
Last watered 3 weeks ago
It almost looks like a very leggy jade plant?
Flippa needs 6+ direct light. The best window is North or North East. Get grow lights if not enough hours. Flippa needs less watering in Winter. Only when the top 2" of the soil dry. On average in Winter once a month.
Ok this is kind of wild but could it be some version of Irish Blessing Tree? Apologies, I only see one photo on this post but from what I can see there are potential similarities.
Looks like a crassula , maybe ogre ear jade?
This is a picture of an ogre ear jade
I’ve tried several times to keep string of dolphins and have been unsuccessful. I don’t know if it’s where I got them from or if I’m just not good at that type of succulent. What you have is not string of dolphins it is a wax plant.
That isn’t a string of dolphins. I’ll take a picture when I’m at work and post it.