|Guadalupense is a succulent, deciduous perennial with flesh, thick gray-skinned stems and oval-spoon-shaped to spoon-shaped, red-edged, blue green leaves. Produces saucer-shaped pink flowers. In general, this group of plants is made up of annuals, biennials, and perennials. Leaves are often succulent and deciduous, but may be semi-evergreen. Flowers are showy and saucer-shaped, borne in cymes or panicles. These relatively short-lived plants require well-drained soil that has either poor or moderate fertility, and full sun.