Orchid-like flowers are as big as your hand and as vibrant as a rainbow. Open-faced flowers form freely in spring and summer and radiate from its equally unique trailing foliage. Their succulent leaves, comprised of a series of deeply cut lobes, create a saw-tooth effect that is partially flattened. In reality the leaves are flattened stems, usually furnished with prickles, though insignificant ones. These plants are trailing by nature and require a pedestal under the container or need to be planted in a hanging basket. They require low maintenance and are easily propagated from their tip cuttings like most succulents. Capable of living for decades on end, they will be passed on in the family for generations.