caudiciforms doesn't need much water, but it depends on several factors:
The pot's size, the amount of direct sun, the room temperature, the size
of plant and it's leaf, the humidity of the air, ventilation and of
coarse the genus.
Small juvenile plants can't stand too long drought.
On the other hand; they are able to consume quite some water, if the
light and temperature is high too. That way, you get healthier plants,
which will fight diseases and pests better, and get through the winter
I have not added new genera to this page since 15/5 2009, as I have
become too big to be useful anyway.
These data is bases on Denmark.
If you live closer to equator, the summers are longer, the sun more