I’m on a walk and have seen this for sale at the end of someone’s driveway, I’m guessing it’s a succulent of some kind but I’m not too sure which one Google brings up far too many different pictures! Does anyone know off the top of their head which one are is?
Good to grow in terracotta pots, stone troughs etc.
Perhaps @wild edges could clarify . He grows lots of them, of all types.
I live in west central Scotland - not where that photo is...
Here's an echiveria, kept in a cold greenhouse.
And a houseleek, fat but not cosseted, growing vertically in my drystone wall.
There must be a way to identify them, but I don't know what it is!
I’m a bit unsure whether to take plants from the end of peoples drives now LOL I think they wanted a couple of pound for it. I don’t like Not knowing what it is plus I’m worried it might die
By over-cosseted I mean what KeenOnGreen said, grown in too rich a soil.
It does resemble both a houseleek or the echeveria in the photo you posted.
You could give it some grittier soil, grow it under cover but in good light then if it flowers -- you'd know!
If you do buy it, let us know please?