Titanopsis occur in three areas: 1) southern Namibia, 2) southeastern Namibia into Bushmanland, and 3) from the Northern Cape Province into the Free State. The various species are characterized by their warty spoon- or club-shaped leaves. The eastern species – T. calcarea, T. fulleri, and T. luederitzii -- grow in the summer and blossom in the fall, while the western species – T. schwantesii and T. hugo-schlecteri -- grow in winter and bloom in winter and spring. All plants are popular and easy to grow, preferring a well draining potting soil and plenty of light. Plants are propagated by seed.