This grower is fairly sure of this plant identification.
The furry, yet brittle leaves of this succulent look melted on their underside! They snap off easily, and after callousing (24hrs) begin to form new plants from the wound, (2wks- 3mths depending on conditions).
Good luck plant, Flaming Katy
Kalanchoe genus (Good luck plant). This genus consists of about 150 species of perennial succulents or shrubs with very fleshy, mainly cylindrical, oval or linear leaves and bell-shaped to tubular flowers which will bloom either white, yellow, orange-brown, red-purple. They are frost tender, min 7-15C, and will need full sun or partial shade with well drained soil. You should keep them moist from spring to autumn. Propagation is by seed, offsets or stem cuttings in the spring or summer.
Keep moist from spring to autumn.
Grown for its flowers.