Crinkle leaf plant
Adromischus cristatus (cristate adromischus) is an exquisite dwarf succulent plant , also known as the crinkle-leaf plant, with a few rosettes formed by fat reverse trianglular leaves, with felt-like texture and characteristic crested, wavy distal leaf margins. Crinkle leaf is a slow-growing plant with small, thick leaves that feature a distinctive wavy edge.
The plant reaches a maximum height of about six inches. The flowers are tubular, green tipped with reddish-white and appear on up to 8inches (20 cm) long stem.
Crinkle-leaf plants, prefers partial to full sun, so if it is grown inside, it needs a sunny area such as a windowsill. However, it is best to avoid direct sunlight, as this can damage the plant’s leaves. Any area that received indirect sunlight for up to six hours a day, indoors or out, is perfect. Although frost hardy, it is suited to warmer weather, and prefer temperatures about 50 degrees Fahrenheit. In colder areas, the plant can be grown inside.
It can be used as an ornamental plant.