Can anyone tell me what this plant is?

I'm not sure what kind of pot it should be in. Is it a hanging plant ? Also if I put it outside will the deer eat it ? It almost feels fake with plastic feeling leaves and it has cute little flowers a couple times a year. I'm thinking in the succulent family ?
q can anyone tell me what this plant is
  7 answers
  • Mar25514832 Mar25514832 on May 05, 2018

  • Could be a very struggling jade plant. Can't really tell from the photo. Want a photo of some of mine?

    • Barb Barb on May 06, 2018
      Thank you so much, but I have a Jade plant and the stem is different. Also the Jade is darker, although everyone who answered said Jade, so I'm thinking in the same family.

  • Smittie22 Smittie22 on May 05, 2018
    🤣🤣🤣 I have seen them. They can be found on if anywhere. They end up having thicker stems as they age.

  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on May 05, 2018
    Hi Booch6,
    I don't have an answer to your question, but sometimes I just have to share something funny. I did a google image search for your plant using the picture you posted. Google says it's a "girl". LOL I literally started laughing out loud. I did download a pic of a jade plant so you could see if you think it matches.

    • Barb Barb on May 06, 2018
      Hahaha, it's a girl, I like that ! Funny, I actually call my plants either him or her, so that made me laugh ! Thanks.

  • Suzanne Suzanne on May 09, 2018
    Looks like it could be elephant bush

  • Mindshift Mindshift on May 09, 2018
    It reminds me of an old kalanchoe plant. They tend to lose all the older leaves and have undersized regrowth. I would try to take cuttings from the best of the small stems. You need about 6" of stem. Remove leaves from the bottom half and set the cutting in a small pot for 2 to 3 days so the cut end can callous over. Press potting soil into a pot and use a pencil to poke a hole in the soil. Place the cutting in the hole and firm the soil around the stem. Water well, then do not water again until the soil has dried out. While they like sun, keep them in bright light until rooted, then in part sun through the summer. Don't wait so long next time to take cuttings. Kalanchoe is best at about 2 to 3 years old.

    • Barb Barb on May 10, 2018
      Thank you so much for your response ! I will definitely try that. Anything is better than leaving it so long and "leggy". Thanks again !