Vicks Plant (Plectranthus tomentosa) (also known as Succulent Coleus or Cuban Oregano): A member of the mint family and has somewhat thin (but still succulent!) leaves. It's known for the minty, camphor fragrance of its leaves.
The Vicks plant, is a rare succulent perennial herb cascading herb, perfect for hanging baskets. It is named for it's relaxing methanol fragrance synonymous with the vapor rub. Vicks' bright green velvety foliage has a minty, menthol aroma. It produces large quantities of showy, lavender blooms. Purple blooms are loved by butterflies and bees, but does a great job of warding of mosquitoes. "Tomentose" refers to the fuzzy, velvety coating that covers the whole plant. The undersides of the leaves are lined with raised veins and the edges are scalloped.