This member of the
Aizoaceae family was described by Nicholas Edward Brown in 1926.
It's found in Southern Africa, where it grows in grit or other well
drained soil with little to some
water and quite some sun. The stem can grow to eight centimetres in
diameter and the plant up to 25 centimetres height.The flowers are yellow, and beside from seeds, it can also be
reproduced by cuttings.