This is a very easily grown succulent. It is Jade. If any one of those leaves is planted it will grow into another bush. I like it because it is so proliferent in January, especially since we have had a couple of weeks of good rain. Its flowers are in heads of pale pink florets.
Quite tiny, but so pretty and delicate. We have several quite large bushes of these in our back and front yards.
Anything that blooms in January is worth noting. By the weekend we will be having another Santa Ana. A mixed blessing, because we love the warm weather but the fires can also come, along with the Santa Ana winds.
Off the subject, but an important part of my life is the fact that I start my new Bible Study session tomorrow. We will be studying the book of Hebrews. Quite a challenge, but these ladies love a challenge. Honestly, I have three ladies who are in their nineties and quite a few in their eighties but they are sharp and love to study the Bible. Tomorrow we will do an introductory lesson to see how we got from Hosea (which we studied last summer and fall) to Hebrews -- a leap of about 700 years. Below are some of the books I use to study and prepare from. Moth just gave me two more, yesterday. One is, "Jesus, our Man in Glory" by A. W. Tozer, for all you Tozer fans out there. We were privileged to sit under Tozer's preaching when we lived in Toronto many years ago. What a blessing!
P. S. So far, Bailey's diet is progressing well.