Pot: 10 cm.
Succulent plant discovered by Van Jaarsv during his boat excursion along the Kouga Dam, South Africa. 'Glomerata', that means "grouped", comes from the way in which its orange flowers are arranged, grouped at the apex of a long peduncle. The variegated shape of this succulent presents the typical lighter areas in the exact points where the chlorophyll is absent: these characteristics will never be the same from one plant to another, therefore each exemplar will be absolutely unique and, for this reason, highly sought after by collectors. Its fleshy leaves are rigid and rough to the touch, greyish-green in color. With prolonged exposure to the sun is likely to assume brown colors, for this reason it is advisable to keep it sheltered: a perfect plant to decorate your homes and your offices!