I going to make a guess, it could be an Echevieria, 'Lola'
perhaps, but I still have another that looks more like it. I went outside just now to find the name, I'm sorry it is lost. Is it lavander in color, if so then I will know what it is, and will even be able to know the parents?
Could this possibly be gratopetalum paraguayense? there are two colors of these.
I do have 'Lola' in my collection. Small leaves close and tightly formed in a rose. It has red tips coming to a point. Mine is a pale, pastel blue green. the leaves are cordate being very wide and the tip and very narrow at the base. Elongnating as they grow and start to turn down when ready to be removed. It certainly not my 'Lola' I think MVR is right. It also not XGraptoveria 'Opalina' I have a picture of the in front of me/ The Graptoveria have very plumb leaves. but the Graptopetalum paraguayense does not, if you waant a full description I have it in front of me and can reproduce it for you. X Graptoveria 'Opalina' is one of the many choice Echeveria hyubrids produced by Robert Grim of San Jose, CA I also have a full description of this plant, including the parents names. Now which one do you think you have? I sure would like to know. This in formation was obtained from Dry Climate Gardening with succulents, Huntington Botanical Gardens.
Lets see the flowers, it is about to flower soon, some of mine are still in flower at this time.
The Graptopetalum comes in two colors, one is called 'Gray Ghost' the other ? They grow tight when given full sun, and take on good colors.
Each color species having it's own name. I just have a hunch, I must look it up before I say a word. Well off to the books again. Norma
Rick it's in bad shape, but I think perhaps it may be a Graptopetleum, 'Super Bum' ? found by Myron Kimnach and introduced by the Huntington ISI Introductions. I'll try and find mine and see if I have the ISI number. Keep your hands off of it and it should develope a bloom, like a plum or grape. The color should be lavander. Found it but no label, Sorry I couldn't do better. I know the spelling isn't right, but the wrist hurts too to much to correct it now. Norma
Hello everyone, I'm new to Dave's Garden Forum. I have many cacti and succulents in my south and east facing windows. They get me through the long winters here. It'll be nice to talk to someone about my plant passion. Diane