Fuzzy succulent with green, serrated leaves
(Milwaukee, WI, USA)
I saw this at home depot and loved the velvety-soft, fuzzy leaves, which are medium green and lightly serrated around the edges. The fuzz is white.
The larger, mature leaves (which are symmetrical) all have a pointy tip with four spaced serrations on each side.
The very tips of the serrations appear to be orange or red, but it isn't very dark--I have a feeling the color may darken or spread as the plant matures, but I'm not sure.
The stems are also green and fuzzy, with the leaves protruding in four directions, with them being tiered so that each level has leaves protruding from opposite sides of the stem.
I feel like I'm not explaining this very well, so I'm going to use a compass analogy to try to clarify.
For any given stem, there will a pair of leaves with one to the "north" and one opposite it to the "south," and then higher up (and also below) there will be another pair of leaves with one facing "east" and one "west." This pattern repeats along the stems.
Any ideas? I'd love any help you can offer.
Drought Smart Plants reply:
That is a pretty plant, Stephanie. Off the top of my head, I don't recognize it, although it seems similar to some of the Kalanchoe tribe, but also reminds me a bit of the purple plush plant that was so common as a houseplant several years ago.
I'm hoping someone else will show up and say, oh I know what that is...if you recognize this plant, please leave a comment!
Best of luck with it, and sorry I can't help you out.