With a softer texture than most succulents, Ripple Jade looks like a fun mound of bluegreen wavy pasta. We are always searching for cool interesting succulents and we fell in love with this one a few yars ago on a California plant expedition. You can certainly see where it gets its subspecies name undulatifolia (undulating foliage). Ripple Jade grows into a 3-foot rounded shrub in its homeland of South Africa. Some gardeners here expose its lower trunks and treat it as a bonsai-type specimen. An easy low water use plant for the Oklahoma heat, put it in a container so it can be brought inside each winter and enjoyed year after year.