AKA the ‘Inchworm Plant.’ A caulescent species from the Arabian Peninsula with rounded, segmented stems that undulate along the ground surface, rooting at internodes. Bright crimson flowers. Makes an interesting hanging pot. Segments break off very easily, so in shipping this often happens. They can be laid out on the surface of a pot of soil, slightly nested into the media, and they will root in a short time to form a new plant.
*We are offering fresh, rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots - see photo of multiple pots on the bench