Pot: 10 cm.
It is a medium-large succulent plant, with extremely slow growth, highly appreciated and sought after by green collectors. Numerous serpentine, cylindrical and tapered ramifications emerge from the central caudiciform stem, which is similar to Medusa’s hair, hence the name "Medusa's Head". Its stems are entirely covered with small protuberances with white dots, caused by the fall of the leaves, which stand out against the green color of the stem. Its flowering occurs in spring-summer at the apex of the stems, blooming with many small creamy white flowers.