Hailing from South Africa, her thick reddish brown succulent stems and tiny green leaves set her apart. In the wild, she is a popular snack for elephants. In the right conditions, she can bloom small pink flowers that grow in clusters.
Bright indirect light mixed with direct exposure is ideal.
Every 2-3 weeks. Allow soil to dry out completely.
Loves pets (unless they're elephants).
About 20" tall and a pot size of 6".
That two-week safari in South Africa is looking good.
Pro-tip: She goes dormant in colder months, so you can slow watering down to once a month.