Pachyphytum bracteosum (Link et al.): Fleshy, gray-blue leaves form loose rosettes. It has a similar form to its relative, P. oviferum, but tends to grow larger. It's covered in a thick, powdery coating of farina (epicuticular wax) that protects it in full sun and gives it a soft, pastel look. The stems can grow up to 1.0' long, but they also take well to pruning and replanting. This variety lives up to its genus name, Pachyphytum, which is Latin for "thick plant".