50cm ø, endemic to the upper succulent shrub on either E and W parts of Tenerife, where it grows in lava soil in full sun. It makes large, light green, cup shaped, highly succulent rosettes of up to 50cm, and a yellowish green inflorescence from May to July. Usually it produces some offsets before flowering, however it is easily propagated by seeds and fast growing. For any well drained, rather rocky soil (e.g. crushed lava) in full sun. Faro de Anaga, close to the small village of Chamorga, at some 580m.