Flower-shaped plant of the Day

It’s not a flower, but looks like one! Thus the title. Please let me off the hook this time. (*^ω^)

This succulent is called 冬の美人 fuyu no bijin. 

冬 fuyu means, winter.

美人 bijin means, beautiful woman.

の denotes possession, possessive form.

Thus, this succulent is winter’s beautiful woman. (^∇^)

I was surprised to see it flourish when autumn came around the corner. Well, well, well. 

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