I can’t remember where i got it. And I have no idea what it is. I It fascinates me nevertheless.
Here it is growing up proudly among some succulents
It had just rained. A few droplets remain.
It’s foliage is very distinctive.
I’d love to get help identifying it. Please comment below if you can help.
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Looks like Bryophyllum daigremontianum, commonly called mother of thousands, alligator plant, or Mexican hat plant and is a succulent plant native to Madagascar. I like the pattern on the underleaves.
Thanks so much Eliza. I looked at some pic of it. It’s definitely that one. What an odd name though.
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