New species described in 2014
This plants native habitat is Eastern Africa in Sudan and Ethiopia. This is a recent discovery and was described by Darrel Plowes in Haseltonia No.19 in 2014. This plant has thick erect and procumbent stems with long pointed soft fleshy spines. Somewhat slow growing, but will branch out to form a nice low growing cluster. The plant grows best in full to partial sun. Water the plant lightly in the summer but let it dry out during the winter. The flower color is cream/yellow with dark red markings and small protruding teeth.