What are these plants?

by Liza Seipel
(Folsom, CA USA)

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Hello: This is my 3rd try... can you please identify the plants in this photo? I know the one in the back is a jade but what are the two in the foreground? The one with the dark leaves is blooming red flowers that grow in a hortizontal formation annually. I would really like to know what these are and their origins.

THANKS!

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by: Jacki Cammidge, Certified Horticulturist

I don't answer identification questions, but I'll do it in this case. The dark green one is a type of Begonia, sometimes called Angel Wing Begonias due to the shape of the leaves. They are easy to grow and propagate, you can even propagate them from a leaf laid on the soil with slits in it. New plants grow from the slits.

The succulent looks like Graptopetalum 'Fred Ives'. Is that what you needed?

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by: Liza

Thanks so much.. I have asked many plant enthusiasts over the past 3 years!! You solved it within an hour. Much appreciated 🌿
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