Species generally found in stony soils and in full sun, where they are associated with other representatives of the flora of dry areas.
The species tolerates below-zero temperatures during winter when in protected cultivation and are naturally well adapted to hot and dry environments.
Succulent stems store water and allow it to survive adverse conditions, thus supporting intense heat and long periods of drought.
This dwarf and succulent madagascar bush with thick, prickly and profusely branched shoots, each with a small tuft of oval leaves that are bright green above and silvery below.
The flowers in the form of trumpets are yellow or sometimes colored in yellow and orange, or orange.
A very unusual and rare plant within the genus, large and very showy, campanular flowers are lightly scented for this specimen.
It can be grown in pots and are beautifully decorated in rooms, balconies or well-lit environments.
Fresh seeds germinate easily, it is easy to cultivate provided that it meets your basic needs: soil that promotes excellent drainage and kept dry during the winter.