Synonym: Cotyledon cristata
Small plant with thick squat branches, and succulent tapered leaves with a truncate wavy end. Large plants can produce a very fat succulent base that could be considered a caudex.
Endemic to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, where it is found growing smashed between rock crevices.
This is a relatively slow growing plant that does well outdoors if protected from excessive winter rain. It is from a summer rainfall region so it should be watered every 1 to 2 weeks from March through October, and kept dryer in the winter. Plant in a well draining cactus and succulent media.