This succulent plant reminds me of coral growing in the sea. It grows to 6 to 12 inches tall by a little wider with a spreading habit of branching stems having tightly overlapping stacked narrow light green leaves. These leaves completely hide the stems, which grow upright, but will spill over and trail eventually. It gets small, pale yellowish-green flowers appear along with the leaves along the stems in spring to mid summer. Like most succulents, it's very drought-tolerant, and just needs daily bright light to light shade and well-draining porous soil.
You will receive one bareroot plant (it will not ship in a pot so be ready with some succulent/cactus soil), similar to the third and fourth photos. Browse through my shop to see if there are any other plants you'd like to combine with this one and save on shipping! Thank you for looking, and please convo if you have questions or need some advice :)