An unusual Houseleek, each leaf is rolled back upon itself to form an open tube or funnel. A nice plant as well as an 'Oddity', the smooth, apple-green leaves have prominent dark reddish-brown tips.
Definitely better when grown in drier conditions. Doesn't always produce many offsets or 'babies' for propagating. Generally considered a 'must have' in any collection but I must say it's not one of my favourites. Sometimes offered at stupidly high prices on the likes of eBay just because it's unusual.
Well-rooted, established plants, sent in 9cm pots.