On Apr 4, 2006, MotherNature4 from Bartow, FL (Zone 9a) wrote:
The plant is lovely, but I have difficulty growing most succulents because of our copious rainfall and high humidity. I didn't grow the one in my photo, but a member of my club did. I believe it was grown under a cover.
On Oct 5, 2004, palmbob from Tarzana, CA (Zone 9b) wrote:
Very low growing plant, and makes a great bonsai, compared to the non-variegated form, at least, which tends to grow more upright and huge. This form has reddish branches, too. It's a slower growing plant as well. Very drought tolerant. Never seen mine bloom, though.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Tuscaloosa, Alabama Goodyear, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Carlsbad, California Castro Valley, California Clayton, California Clovis, California Fairfield, California Fresno, California Garden Grove, California La Presa, California Los Angeles, California Menlo Park, California Mission Viejo, California Oceanside, California Reseda, California Rowland Heights, California San Diego, California San Jose, California San Leandro, California San Lorenzo, California Santee, California Tarzana, California Thousand Oaks, California Bartow, Florida Haverhill, Florida Hollywood, Florida Melrose Park, Florida Oldsmar, Florida Seminole, Florida South Venice, Florida Morrison, Illinois Wichita, Kansas Baton Rouge, Louisiana Clinton, Mississippi Henderson, Nevada , New York Southold, New York Charlotte, North Carolina Cleveland, Ohio Duncan, Oklahoma Mckeesport, Pennsylvania North Augusta, South Carolina Austin, Texas La Vernia, Texas Mansfield, Texas