Inspired by @ljones26
beautiful thread on purples and pinks, I want to share some glaucous grays. Of course, in practice most gray plants range into blues and especially greens, but some really are gray. I only have a few to share:
A species of Kalanchoe or Cotyledon (waiting on it to flower to find out). It's much shorter than the last time I posted it because I divided it into cuttings.
This was sold as Senecio scaposus but I think it's Senecio hawthorii.
My wide-leaved Sanseveria has lots of pretty gray. It's easiest to see up-close.
But here also is the whole plant. The second plant grew entirely last year, which surprised me. I'm waiting for it to break the pot before I re-pot it.
I also have a few I forgot to photograph: Sempervivum arachnoideum, Adromischus cristatus, and some baby Lithops who are hard to photograph, but there's my grays!