I just took these photos of this great plant, now in bloom, and thought they were worth posting. This has been trouble free for many years. Always looks good, no pests, no trimming - I have done nothing to it . It grows at a moderate speed, and as you can see, I tend to forget about it until this time of year. They have very minimal root systems, and I have heard they can almost classify as an epiphyte. I will be taking a few cuttings and placing them in rock and old stump areas, where there is little soil and see.