I acquired this plant last winter, from one of those "assorted 3 inch succulent" trays at a local florist. It's quite dainty; the larger plant towering above it is a Christmas cactus in a 6" pot. The attached image was taken in mid April, just as the cactus began to form a second crop of buds. I apologize for the blurriness. The leaves are similar to a Jade's, with a red tinge along the edge, and a little pointed tip. The cernuous flowers persisted for several weeks, after which the plant seemed to lose its vigour. A month outside has produced new growth along the now prostrate stems, however. I'm usually very good at identifying my purchases, but this one has me stumped. Even a confirmed genus would be helpful! Cheers.