Pot: 6,5 cm.
The name of the species refers to Concordia, a South African area where the first exemplar was found. It is a really particular succulent, formed by a spherical perennial bulb, not very big and with white-yellowish color, which usually remains half exposed outside the soil. From this bulb grow, during the vegetative season, long and flat leaves, pointed at the apex, of a beautiful opaque light green. The greater ornamental character is conferred to the succulent by the course of the foliage, which grows upwards tending to curl like a corkscrew, like graceful ribbons which become more curly the more exposed to the sunlight.