The only type in its genus (monotypic genus). Also known as the Persian Carpet Flower for its intricate and ornate, relatively large flowers. Native to Socotra, the Arabian Peninsula and West Africa. Teeth-like spines up and down each branch; grows like a stapeliad, rambling across the ground. Protect from full, summer sun in the South but give it plenty of light to bloom. Rots easily in cool temperatures, especially if kept wet.
4" pot size. Shipped bare root.
Shipping plants in soil is a sure way to spread soil pathogens around the country. Shipping bare root is the safest thing for our environment, and succulent plants can tolerate this very well. The plants will have their root ball wrapped for protection.