Most of them are native to the Canary Islands, some are found in Madeira, Morocco, and in East AfricaThe succulent leaves are typically arranged on a basal stem, in a dense, spreading rosette. A feature which distinguishes this genus from many of its relatives is the manner in which the flowers bear free petals, and are divided into 6 or 12 sections. Each rosette produces a central inflorescence only once, and then dies back (though it will usually branch or offset to produce ensuing rosettes).
|unlight Demand:||Full sun or partial shade|
|Soil Condition:||Sandy Loam|
|Purchase Size:||Diameter 2.0-3.1'' (5-8cm)|