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Jul 15, 2010
It certainly is fuzzy
by: Jacki

What a great texture - this fuzzy succulent plant looks similar to Echeveria 'Green Velvet' except somewhat stretched out.

Is it in bright light, or just regular room brightness?

Jul 15, 2010
Fuzzy succulent
by: Anonymous

It looks like the chocolate soldier.

Jul 15, 2010
Don't eat it!
by: Jacki

Do you know what the botanical name is? I'm not familiar with this common name - time to do some more research!

Jul 16, 2010
No do not eat it
by: Anonymous

Its family is called Crassulaceae the genus is Kalanchoe. The only reason why I don't think it's the chocolate soldier is because its missing the brown on the edges.

Jul 16, 2010
No News is not good News
by: Jacki

Hi Winnie,
It looks like we're all stumped, but you have a few clues to go on, and please let us know if you figure out what your fuzzy guy is.

Sep 03, 2010
Think I found it
by: Mary Ellen

Winnie, I think it's Kalanchoe tomentosa. Tomentosa means fuzzy, appropriately enough. The "Chocolate Soldier" variety does have delicate brown edges or dots on the leaf edges. I found a good article on Kalanchoes here - take a look! I was googling for info on how to propagate the little leafy branch ends that fell off an old one I've had for several years.

May 06, 2011
by: jacquie

There are a number of stemmed echeveria similar to these, and the growth pattern is correct.I think it is pubescens, but look also at pulvinata frosty, harmsii and set-oliver,

May 19, 2019
Echeveria harmsii
by: Carrie

I have a plant that looks very similar, except it has a light red border or the tips.
I think mine is Echeveria harmsii. Hopefully that helps lead you on the right track.

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