These sticky-leaved plants are special to me because they are one of the first to win my heart over into the world of rare succulents! They are a native of the small Canary Islands.
Their red-tipped light green leaves are the perfect blend between its green leafed and red leafed aeonium cousins. They do best in very dry conditions and do not require much watering. Summer is their dormant season in which their leaves will curl to prevent extra water loss. Moist shade will keep them growing up to 6 inches during winter to spring with slightly cooler temperatures. Allow the soil to thoroughly dry out before watering as wet soil will cause root rot.
Current batch (small) looks like LAST 2 photos.