Oh, It's a Graptopetalum superbum!
Quit looking at that darn plant and feed us already!
Superbum indeed. I could not resist, even though it was labeled 'Succulent assorted', which I have plenty of already. But I did not have Graptopetalum superbum. And superb it is: this Graptopetalum can eventually form a mass of multiple stems and become quite magnificent. Or rather, superb.
The growth habit of the leaves is distinctly flat , unlike this Echeveria, which has leaves that reach upward. Similar wondrous color though: grey mixed with aqua and pink:
The plants are much better cared for now that I have them in one place. Why do I dither? They are so much healthier now, and caring for them is so much easier. I prowl for mealybugs every morning now. Reminder to self: quit dithering!
The shelves also create a kind of room-divider effect that makes the patio feel more lush and cozy.
There is still room on some of the shelves. Oh dear! What to do...what to do...