Another grower and I have been chatting a bit and a question has come up that neither of us has the answer for. We have both found that when the photoperiod is increased in summer (whether by changing a timer or moving plants outside) that many of our Mexi-Pings form their succulent rosettes. Dose anyone else find this to be the case too? We are thinking that maybe the general convention to grow them wet in the summer and dry in the winter might be a little inaccurate and that maybe these plants are evolved to grow in cooler, wetter winters and go succulent during hot dry summers. Of course neither myself or this other grower have been to the areas in Mexico where the plants grow so this is nothing more than speculation.