English: Crag cake.
Habitat: in the lava flows.
Herb; succulent; flat as a plate; only a few centimeters thick and can be found vertically planted as they occur in nature.
Use: favorite ornamental, attractive, exotic appearance.
Stem: very short stem, dense and dressed with old leaves from the base; simple, sterile plant rosette; rosettes are born and develop horizontally, with stems ranging from 10 cm that divide the apex into several rosettes, with a diameter of 15 cm to 30 cm and with dense and flattened leaves throughout the year.
Leaves: interwoven; 8 to 15 cm long, 4 cm wide; wedged, attenuated at the base, wider near the apex, where they are round with a small ridge between the apex of a faint green; oval and rhomboid in style; do not branch inside, sessile.
Inflorescence: straight stems from the center of the rosette, leafy along the stem.
Its leaves are
Flowers: faint yellow; lower flowers 7 mm long; ovate segments; 4 mm long.
he leaves are kept in a continuous pattern, achieving a swirling shape and are usually seen on rocky walls, places where they grow very well.
Skin: burns; wounds.