If you like exotic and long-lasting succulents then you should consider Trachyandra Tortilis
It is best to grow indoors with good lighting and well-drained or rocky soil.
Southern Africa. Native to the regions of Namibia and South Africa
it grows on well-drained sandy or rocky soils, often in river beds on quartz substrates. It is widespread and not threatened.
Synonymy and related species:
Anthericum tortile, Anthericum oocarpum, Anthericum salteri.
it is a perennial plant with an underground tuber. It is often spiced with Albuca which has more succulent leaves. It grows up to 25 cm in height and has 3-6 gray-green basal leaves up to 10 cm long and 2 cm wide. The leaves are linear, flattened like ribbons, sinuously folded, the winding varies from plant to plant. The flowers are white/pale pink, about 2 cm long with a longitudinal green line and sprouting from a stem of about 10cm very branched. The bulb usually grows up to 2.5 cm in diameter
It is not a difficult plant to cultivate although quite rare. Requires well-drained soil. In our latitudes, to supply it with water since autumn is growing in winter without exceeding to avoid rotting the bulb.
Care and tips:
Be careful to overwater this plant, you should wait until it drains than water again. The plant needs to be watered between spring and fall.
You should keep it warm especially if you live in cold place Trachyandra Tortilis don’t like cold weather, also needs rocky or sandy soil and a lot of suns so you should face to a sunny place