Teeny Tiny Trailing Succulent
Photo of about a 3x2 inch area of what's left of the plant.
I have a tiny leafed matting succulent that I managed to murder almost completely by forgetting it when I placed it outside in our high desert sun (zone 6a) I've kept it indoors in a sw facing window.
The leaves are a millimeter or two long and opposite on a thin stem that's a very light brownish red. Rootlets grow out along stem as it grows in length. It rosettes at the very top of the stem. The longest growths reach maybe 3-5 inches. I have never had it flower, though before I practically destroyed it, it had grown well for the 5? years I've had it (others of my succulents have bloomed).
It grows in a sort of dense mat that will then trail over the edge of a pot to the length of a few inches if left to grow at it's leisure. The underside of the trailing mat is fairly dead plant mass.
I bought it so long ago I don't even remember if it was identified when I bought it.