Little Jewel (Pachyphytum compactum) (Rose): Resembles a cut gemstone with angular facets left by the pressure of neighboring leaves. This species is native to the rocky slopes of Hidalgo, Mexico. It is a matte blue-green but can show tinges of violet when gently stressed by full sun, drought, or cool 50F temperatures. It grows tall stems that eventually bend to the ground and lose their lower leaves. Fortunately, members of the Pachyphytum (meaning "fat plant") genus have a high success rate of propagation from stem cuttings to keep rosettes from looking overgrown.