Kleinia nerifolia is endemic to the Canary Islands. Also known as Berode, it grows abundantly in the Tabaibal-Cardonal zone or the arid, subtropical with steep and eroded substrates. This plant, formerly known as Senicio kleinia is an amazing succulent and an incredible addition to any succulent collection. Seemingly able to grow straight out of rock, Kleinia neriifolia has articulated branches, constrictions that make them look like rows of sausages and thick, stubby, elongated leaves which rest directly on the main stem or branch without a petiole or footstalk. Leaves grow clustered in crowded circles at the tops of the branches giving it an otherworldly look. The trunk can reach a meter high, and lanceolate leaves grow up to 12 centimeters (5 in) long. It blooms highly fragrant white flowers at any time between March and October. Deciduous, the leaves fall at the beginning of the dry season.