Dudleya brittonii is a low, slowly-clumping succulent with a striking 12-18″ wide rosette of chalky-white leaves surrounding a thick basal stem. Silvery-white 1-2′ long spikes arch upward and blush red as the clusters of yellow flowers begin to open in late spring to early summer. It performs best in well-drained or rocky soil with full sun—especially in costal locations. It’s summer-dry tolerant and prefers little water below the foliage. Overhead irrigation should be avoided. As a native to Baja California, this plant can be a water-wise addition to a rock garden, containers, or Bay Area Mediterranean-style landscapes.