Sometimes called a plover egg plant, this dwarf succulent has silvery-green leaves and dark purple speckles. It may produce pink flowers if provided enough light. Use a well draining potting mix, place near a window that receives plenty of sunlight throughout the day, and water when the soil is completely dry. Fertilize once per month with a cactus fertilizer or half-strength houseplant fertilizer spring through late summer. These can be placed outside on a sunny patio during the summer months and brought back inside for winter.