Dudleya gnoma S.W.McCabe is a species native to the Santa Rosa Island in the state of California, discovered in the 1950s.
This species features heavy farina on an almost Agave-like rosette, due to the leaves being so pointy. Its colours range from ghost-white to candy-pink and will change throughout the year. Dudleya throw off the most beautiful array of large flowers, usually come in multiples. They consist of pink spikes that form large yellow star-shaped bell flowers.
Perfect for a windowsill or conservatory.