This member of the Portulacaceae
family was given this name by Gordon Douglas Rowley in 1996. It is found in the
Southern Africa, growing in grit with little water in summer and
none in winter. The stem will get 30 centimetres thick, and reach
for 20 centimetres. The flowers are really tiny, the males are green
to white, the female flowers are white to pink. Besides seeds, this
plant can easy be reproduced by leaf-cuttings.