I've had this plant from the Kalanchoe family growing for years, and can remember bringing home the original in a small nursery pot. It endures the summer heat, and the plus is having the lovely deep contrast coloured edges to the leaves. At certain times of day when the sun shines into them there are such striking hues.
It's a fabulous plant to share, just by slicing off a leaf deep at its base, and that to be re-planted upright. Eventually it will sprout all around it, new leaves.
There is a new silvery-grey flowering stem popping up at the top of stem to right. That will need to be cut out to keep the plant looking at its best, and encourage new leaf growth.
Turtle has been with me for the past twenty years and is now being swallowed up as the Flapjacks here encroach on his territory. Who knows, maybe one day he'll be lifted up by a Flapjack!