What is this suculent's name?


And what can I do to get rid of the brown spots?

q what is this suculent s name
  11 answers
  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Feb 12, 2019

    Needs brighter light and much drier soil really good drainage,dry dry dry between waterings."If they remain in wet or waterlogged soils, succulentssuffer from edema, which causes brown, corky spots on the leaves" Indoors, humidity can have a considerable influence on edema; improving air circulation around plants will help reduce humidity into safer ranges.Long-standing suggestions for managing edema included the following:

    • Using a well-drained growing media
    • Increasing light intensity through spacing plants
    • Avoiding over-fertilizing, especially slow-growing plants
    • Avoiding over-watering and growing on the “dry side” during extended periods of low light and cool temperature
    • Reducing humidity even if that means turning up the heat

    Cotyledon These are among the largest succulents for container growing, with a profusion of fleshy, paddle-shaped leaves. Some varieties have a thin red edging to the gray-silver leaves. Silver Peak and Silver Storm are popular varieties, the latter having bigger leaves. Both grow to about 20 inches. Give them the space they need or plant them as specimens in their own pots.Yours is Cotyledon ‘Silver Dollar’ . Most house plants die from overwatering and too much care.

  • Judi1 Judi1 on Feb 12, 2019

    It looks more like a kalanchoe luciae/paddle plant or kalanchoe thysiflora flap jack plant. They are very drought tolerant. Allow to completely dry out between waterings.

  • Floridamom Floridamom on Feb 13, 2019

    It’s a Paddle Plant. I’d repot it in cactus medium and water only when very dry. Very bright light, even partly sunny, and ignore it, the leaves will tell you when it’s thirsty

  • Ste22746582 Ste22746582 on Feb 13, 2019

    It also looks like the jade plant?

  • Beti Baganda Beti Baganda on Feb 13, 2019

    This plant heals diseases in Africa. It is plenty around my morher's house...we call it "ekiyondo".

  • Kay A Kay A on Feb 13, 2019

    Looks like Kalanchoe to me.

  • Oliva Oliva on Feb 13, 2019

    This reminds me of a "Pepperomia" plant.

  • Dort Dort on Feb 14, 2019

    kalanchoe "Flap jack"

  • Becky Summers Becky Summers on Feb 14, 2019

    I call it a "paddle" plant

  • Cindy Cindy on Feb 14, 2019

    My thought is it's a paddle plant. It's a succulent and needs full sun.

  • Cutthroat Charity Cutthroat Charity on Mar 23, 2019

    Murrey? Plants don't usually complain about what you call them. The spots look like edema which comes from getting waterlogged. Stick your finger in the planting medium. Feel moisture? Then it doesn't need water. Don't feel any moisture? Then it's time to water. Make sure you are watering UNDER the leaves. If you get any moisture on the leaves/fleshy pads, then gently wipe them dry with a fresh cloth or paper towel. After 5 minutes, remove any water that's come out of the drain holes.