A rare and wonderful plant that forms a bizarre 2-4” rosette of heart-shaped, bluish-green leaves with intricate, creamy white veins. Thriving in dry, sunny, well-draining conditions, this little guy is great in a clay pot (1 gal.+) or planted at the front of a dry bed. Generally completing its lifecycle in one year, it starts out with elongated juvenile foliage that makes way for the chubby heart-shaped mature leaf form. Come Summer it produces architecturally appealing, multi-branching, 14” tall flower stalks with inconspicuous beigey-pink flowers. After flowering, it will die but reseeds reliably for future generations. Some plants may also reproduce by offsets, forming cute little clumps of foliar fun.