Its name comes from the Herero people, originally from Namibia, the state, where most of these plants come from. They are small succulents, which do not exceed ten centimeters in height, made of fleshy and lanceolate leaves, which grow in pairs, and color the environments with their very vivid green color. They are highly resistant to the most extreme weather conditions, and this characteristic, together with their tendency to occupy large horizontal spaces, makes them highly suitable for covering rock gardens or roof surfaces. Their green expanse tend to become even more distinctive in the late afternoon, when their vibrant yellow flowers bloom, giving an extra touch of color to your outdoors! Here are some tips for its proper care and cultivation: Hereroa likes an exposition to full sun and rather airy situations. It is preferable to keep it at mild temperatures, it is important to make sure that they never go below 5 ° C, for this reason it is recommended to place it in sheltered places during the winter. Water moderately, always making sure that the soil is completely dry between a watering and the next one. It is enough to water your Herorea once a week in spring and autumn; The suspend completely the watering in winter. A strongly draining soil is optimal, for example formed by a mixture of peat and pumice so that the water does not stagnate. They do not need frequent fertilizations, it will be sufficient to dilute fertilizer with watering once a year.