Native to South America and parts of Africa these plants traditionally creep and spread to form ground cover. As a succulent they have leaves which retain water making them able to tolerate drought. Each vine can be trailed back on top of the soil to root and form a fuller plant. Given the right conditions these plants will produce small flowers.
Light: Bright to moderate.
Temperature and humidity: Cool to warm. Low humidity.
Feeding: Every three weeks. Stop in winter.
Watering: Water when dry. Rarely in winter.
Propagation: Tip cuttings.