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I've been searching but all I can find is the Jade plant, which is similar yet no the same. enter image description here

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Ironically found it: "sedum praealtum"

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  • Please mark your question as answered in a couple days. – GardenGems Nov 11 '19 at 19:57
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Sometimes a branch of S. praealtum will start cresting. This creates a very unique look and is suited to a special pot. (you can break off that stem in early spring and let it root in its new home - w/o water for a few weeks)

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