large, flat, white-greenish leaves
Grows in clumps, have many leaves that are flat with the color white and greenish. The flowers' stem stick up with the pink flowers drooping down.
Drought Smart Plants reply:
Hi Melis, that plant has an interesting texture, I can see that it would look great as a ground cover.
Based on the type of flowers, I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's got to be some kind of Echeveria, Pachyveria or Graptoveria.
All these species and hybrids have similar characteristics, some more like the Echeveria parent, others more like the other side of their parentage, either Pachyphytum or Graptopetalum. There are many different generic hybrids to choose from. The one trait that does seem to be similar in all of them is the blooms, which are dangling bells on a long arching spray.
Sorry I can't tell you exactly what it is.
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