small succulent plants from Tucson
by Bonnie Troyer
See attached photos.
They are grey-green with white spots.
They are quite prolific.
The leaves (?) develop both radially and vertically forming a circle about 4-5 inches in diameter
Some, not all, develop a tall stalk with a multitude of little red, bell shaped flowers.
I've never seen them in a nursery or anywhere else.
What the heck are these?
Drought Smart Plants reply:
Wow, Bonnie, it's got me stumped too - whatever they are, they're gorgeous, and very happy. Judging by the blooms (downward facing bells) they could be some type of Aloe, but apart from that I really can't be sure. Maybe another visitor to the site will know what these are.