This is what appears to us to be a distinctive plant looking for a taxonomic home. Our plants come from Socotra, Yemen, but this plant likely is more widely distributed. Plectranthus forskaohlii differs from P. barbatus in that the semisucculent leaves have few hairs and are highly aromatic, earning the former species epithet. This species forms a woody, non-succulent stem, but the leaves tend to be denser on those stems. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.