Oxtongue is a very low maintenance plant -- even for a succulent. With little effort you can see it bloom in spring.
The oxtongue is a succulent with thick, fleshy, tongue-shaped leaves, often covered with white, wartlike protuberances or white spots or bands. The plants are usually fan-shaped, although some take on a rosette form with age. Tall flower stems bear tubular yellow, pink, or red flowers after a cool winter rest.
This is a particularly easy succulent, not requiring special conditions of any sort in order to thrive and survive neglect.