Small colorful species, slow to offset. Grey rosette to 4″, red tips. Rarely offsets, will propagate from leaf cuttings. Red flowers.
1 ft x 3 ft. Rounded green leaves cluster at the ends of the stems; tips will turn bright red in full sun. Easy to propagate from leaf cuttings. Will trail low along the ground, or great for hanging baskets and windowsill gardens. Lots of yellow flowers.
Tuberous caudex to 6″, stems to 12″. One of the few caudexes that can grow from leaf cuttings.
Caudiciform with thin branches and lots of thin wispy leaves. Caudex 8-10″. Will reproduce from cuttings.
Pairs of triangular leaves densely packed on stems. Blue-green leaves get purple edges in full sun. Reddish stems will get woody as they age. Small purple flowers in mid summer open in late afternoon heat. Grows 8-10″ tall, will spread 6 feet wide. Propagate by taking cuttings from new, soft stem tips only.