Aeonium tabuliforme, the flat-topped aeonium or saucer plant, is a species of succulent plant in the family Crassulaceae, native and endemic to Tenerife in the Canary Islands. It grows on moist, north-facing cliffs and ledges at low altitude.
Aeonium tabulaeforme is a strange and wonderful stemless , ground hugging, rosette. Usually single or offsetting which used to be flat as a pancake. As with most of the stemless species, this one is monocarpic. The leaves are rounded, soft-green more or less spathulate with long cilia on the margin. They are 3-10(-15) cm long, 2,5-4 cm wide. The flower stems is erect, arise from the middle of the rosette and reaches 50-60 cm of height. It produces many small yellow flowers. The Aeonium lives about 3 years then dies after blooming.