Wild plant from
Karoo National Park, ZA.
This member of the Crassulaceae family was first
described by George Claridge Druce in 1916. It's found in the southern part of Africa,
growing in a well-drained soil, little water and doing fine in the
shadows. It will reach 2,5 meters. If it is dried totally out in the
summer (6-7-8), it will flower with fine small white flowers in January. Can easy be
reproduced by leaves, cuttings and seeds. I got mine from a friend around
It has been spread all around the world.