Native to southern China, it is an erect, evergreen succulent plant, first collected by George Forrest in 1906 and spread in the mountainous Tsang range in Yunnan Province, a small white flower with no aesthetic value, cultivated for the beauty of its leaves.
This plant should be rarely coordinated in winter and often in summer. This means that they need to be irrigated regularly and heavily in spring and summer, but without excessive.
They love a lot of indirect light, but they perform poorly in the direct sun.
Keep it at room temperature, the plant prefers a slightly cooler heat in winter (about 13°C).
Fertilizer 20-20-20 each (2-3 weeks)