It has a Graptopetalum/Echeveria hybrid kind of vibe, but I don't know what it is. It seems like Graptopetalum paraguayense is in there--but what else? The stems grow long and snakey, and the leaf surface is glaucous:
Excellent vigor, easy to grow. One tiny rosette became all this:
The stems root themselves as they snake along:
Beautiful color: a blend of pale aqua, blue, grey, and violet:
Perhaps if it ever blooms, I'll have a better idea of what it is. Yesterday I spent so much time sitting by the pond staring at the plant, the Koi became quite annoyed and began making impatient bwop-bwop noises at the surface to remind me I owe them food.
The pond water is really green. Grrrr! I have to do something about the UV light. It is not effective. Though the green tint did look lovely with Blondie's orange forehead.
Green looks good with orange. This is an Echeveria agavoides variant (I think):
And what is possibly Agave marmorata showed off dark orange spines. I have a few other plants I can't quite identify yet.