- Purplish green baby plant with thick "leaves"???
Purplish green baby plant with thick "leaves"???
It's very purple right now...when I got it I think it was more green, and it looked like a cute opened mouth.
Now it has a new mouth growing out of its middle. It seems like it has the potential to develop a rosette cluster, like a Graptopetalum, the closest likeness I could find on here.
But its "leaves" are a lot thicker and not nearly as pointy.
It also has tiny speckled dots on it. Idk, help please!
Hi Kayla, I'm going to really put myself out there and say that this is some kind of Conophytum, otherwise known as a Pebble Plant, because that's really what they look like.
These have certain particular requirements, mostly to give them a dry dormant period, without any water at all for several weeks to months.
The precise schedule has to be followed; they not only will not thrive without this treatment, they won't survive.
I'm going to cry ignorance on growing them - the closest thing I have grown is Lithops, which are known as Living Stones, Pebble Plants, or Split Rock.
With so many different species, it's going to be hard to pin down exactly which kind you have.
You can see another visitors post about a similar plant here. The link in that post leads to another site with more pictures for you to look at.
Hopefully that gives you more to go on; good luck with your little plant,