Pot: 6,5 cm.
It is a rare succulent plant, also called "Munchkin liveforever", in fact it lives up to 100 years. In nature it grows on the volcanic cliffs on the island of Santa Rosa in Mexico. D. greenei grows from a woody and branched caudex, developing in the shape of a silver-white rosette and can reach up to 15 cm in diameter. Its fleshy, triangular leaves are covered with a white powder and can fade to red. In late spring its many attractive yellow flowers bloom from a long stalk. This beautiful plant is perfect to decorate your homes and gardens.