Hauntingly beautiful, with pale – almost luminous – alabaster-like leaves, this slow growing succulent gradually forms a symmetrical rosette up to 6” tall x 5” wide. Slow to pup, it's ideal for small pots, or mixed succulent bowls where it makes a strong statement without taking over the whole container. Lovely surrounded by flat emerald succulent groundcover Delosperma nubigenum. Pale green new leaves unfurl from the center then deepen to lavender-pink before fading to pearly white. In late Winter or early Spring, upright flower spikes emerge with lovely coral bell-shaped flowers that will have hummingbirds swarming. Well-drained soil.