two succulents from my garden


Some kind of Sedum

Some kind of Sedum

Some kind of Sedum
No clue what this plant is

Mine are in Israel, the first is pretty common, the second less so. I really could use your help identifying these:

One is green and smooth with "leaves" that look like round elongated beans.

The other is fuzzy, with sometimes dark edges, elongated leaves.

The first plant (green and smooth) I'm going to say is some kind of Sedum, possibly a relative to Sedum rubrotinctum, but a green species.

There are so many, it's impossible to pin it down without seeing it in person (and knowing the species intimately) and also the color and form of the blooms, which sometimes are the only difference between types or varieties.

The other plant is gorgeous, but I don't recognize it. Hopefully a visitor will see it and be able to identify it.

Happy Succulent Growing!

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Jul 19, 2012
May I suggest...
by: Danielle

The second plant looks like Kalanchoe orgyalis.

Aug 07, 2012
the second is indeed a kalanchoe orgyalis...
by: haveda

...AKA "copper spoons". Thanks!

Aug 20, 2015
Donkey Tail
by: Tom

Sedum "Donkey Tail" is the first :)

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