Drought Smart Plants reply:
Many plants are succulent plants - it is a catch all phrase simply meaning a plant with fleshy leaves. This 'succulent plant' is some type of Echeveria, one of my favorite types of plants.
There are many different Echeveria species and Echeveria hybrids, developed by growers and breeders, too many to really identify your plant as some of them are very similar.
They are easy to propagate, and you can get many different types - from tiny and compact, to large and substantial, frilly to pointed foliage and much more. That explains why they're so popular.
See more on how to grow Echeveria and succulent care here.
Happy Succulent Plant Gardening!
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