Country of Origin: South Africa, Worcester east to Uniondale
Habitat: mountains south of Little Karoo
Description: Succulent rosette of few flat leaves almost round or ovate), and broadly tapering to each end; wider than oblanceolate.">obovate, gray green heavily blotched with brown purple and along margins, the edge a silvery line; flowers tipped red white.
Culture: They prefer well-drained soil in a partially shaded position and require a minimum temperature of 50°F (10°C). Propagate from stem or leaf cuttings, or from seed. This genus is vulnerable to mealybug.