Easy to care for, and their very hardiness makes them landscaping favorites in drier climates. The genus shows a wide variety of growth patterns, from tall and branching to the minute, spreading. Many species form low, spreading mats while others form a single large, if not spectacular, rosette. Some species are monocarpic, dying after they blossom. The plants are propagated by leaf cuttings, stem cuttings, and by seed.
Can be gift wrapped or planted into a hanging or free standing ceramic or metal decorator pot.
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