Thank you very much for your follow up photo and apologize that we did not check on our previous answer last month that showed more of the plant itself. This is likely a Kalenchoe blossfeldiana. It has thick, glossy green leaves that are smooth-edged or lobed depending on the cultivar. A popular gift plant, it blooms primarily in winter through spring with clusters of tiny flowers in hues of orange, red, pink, cream, yellow, pink and salmon. Indoors needs bright indirect light, moderate water and fertilize with a slow-release food formulated for container blooming plants. Water when the soil feels dry down to the first knuckle or pot feels lighter. Do not over water. Outdoors, provide bright filtered light/partial shade, especially in the summer. Does not tolerate frost.

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