Kalanchoe pumila - Flower Dust Plant
It fills out into a dense low-lying shrub with rounded gray-silver leaves and toothed ends. It leaves are also covered with whitish waxy hairs that give it a frosted look. When it flowers, brighter purple flowers appear on its ends, making it a great hanging planter display. Bees, butterflies, and birds think so too!
Its species name, pumila, means small which is a description of its maximum stature of 8-12" tall. This plant is native to the mountains of Madagascar and is also known to have medicinal properties.