Small succulent

by Pierre Martin
(Pierrefonds, Quebec)

Thick, flat fleshy green and purple round leaves, two per layer, with flowering branches growing from the center. White flowers although flowers not yet open.

Drought Smart Plants reply: I love this plant! I've had several people ask about it, and it turns out it's a type of Kalanchoe which you can find out more about here.

Here's some more about the same kind of plant: Tree Succulent

Happy Succulent Growing!
Jacki

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Sep 01, 2019
That looks like Kalanchoe humilis!
by: Green.Alien

The maroon/purple spots on the greenish-gray leaves of your succulent are indicative of it being Kalanchoe humilis. You could Google this name and match the images on the internet with your succulent to confirm that. It looks beautiful! All the best growing it. :)

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