(Guelph, Ontario, Canada)
This succulent stands about six inches high, has blue-green leaves that are edged with purple.
The leaves are flat on one side and round on the other and are attached to short, thick stems.
Multiple stems are in one pot.
Hi Jonathan, there seems to be a lot of this going around lately – you’ve got a plant that I can’t identify.
It’s an intriguing plant, and it seems to me that it probably is more than just a houseplant – I’ll be willing to bet that it has really different flowers too, when it blooms.
Leave it with me, and I’ll try and locate an identity for it.
Comments for Belgian Nurseries find
Mar 24, 2013
…with the name of your plant; it’s Senecio crassissimus, or Vertical Leaf Senecio. This link is on Dave’s Garden Website.
Mar 26, 2013
re: Belgian Nurseries find ID
Thanks for IDing the plant for me! They look very cool in their native habitat.