This strange little Aeonium is crested, meaning that through weird genetics, it now grows in a cluster on top of a woody stem! This particular variety comes with soft, slightly fuzzy green leaves. Unlike many succulents, Aeonium are a winter-growing succulent, which means that they would do better in their own pot than with your other succulents! Aeonium don't like to be watered in the summer, when a lot of succulents need the most water, and vice versa.
You will receive a healthy, well-rooted Aeonium tabuliforme cristata in a 4-inch plastic pot. We recommend full sun. Plant in fast-draining soil, and water thoroughly when the soil is completely dry.