This member of the Geraniaceae
might not been called Monsonia yet, but if F. Albers are
right, it will be. It is found in Southern Namibia, growing in a
well drained soil with little water and lots of sun. The stems can
grow to two and a half centimetre in diameter and the whole plant up
to 30 centimetres high.
was not discovered when F.
Albers changed the Sarocaulons into Monsonias
in 1996, but Colin C. Walker published this combination in
CactusWorld 26(4):249, 2008.
This is a winter-grower.