The variegated shape of this succulent has yellowish shades or streaks in places where there is a lack of chlorophyll; These shades are never identical in plants making each one unique in its kind and for this reason much sought after by collectors. In its normal form D. greenei is also called "Munchkin liveforefer" - "Munchkin lives forever", in fact it lives up to 100 years. It grows from a woody and branched caudex, developing in the shape of a rosette of silver-white color and can reach 15 cm in diameter. Its fleshy and triangular leaves are covered with a white powder and can fade to red. In late spring from a long peduncle bloom its attractive numerous yellow flowers. This beautiful plant will decorate your homes and gardens.