Phil the little slow growing green guy.
(St. Paul Minnesota)
This plant gets leaves in the spring/summer but loses most of them over winter. It has not flowered but has more leaves now than ever. The height of the main body is 2-3 inches. The shape is like a Christmas tree with little spikes sticking out where the leaves used to be.
Hi Justin, I'm not sure what this plant is, unfortunately. I can tell you that it probably would be happier, and not lose its leaves if it gets more light over the winter. The cupping of the leaves indicates that it's needing more light too.
I recommend a grow light, used with a timer so the plant gets 12 hours of light, all year round.
Most succulent house plants originate near to the equator, where they get warm temperatures all year, and a steady twelve hours of daylight. Even a bright window in northern climates just doesn't give them the same kind of growing conditions.
Hope that helps with your little guy.
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Succulent House Plants