Fingers with Pink flowers

by Cheryl
(Seale, AL)

small finger like succulents that get small (.5" to 1.5") deep pink flowers.

Drought Smart Plants reply:

Hi Cheryl, your plant is some type of Delosperma, or Ice Plant. This is grown in many public places as a xeriscaping plant - it's tough, colourful and drought resistant. I've also seen it sold as a bedding plant or for hanging baskets, where it will bloom all summer without much care. The flowers will open in the sun, and close at night and on cloudy days. Good choice!


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Sep 15, 2018
name of plant

That plant is called moss rose or potulaca..

Sep 15, 2018
Did you mean...?
by: Jacki Cammidge, Certified Horticulturist

Portulaca? All proper Latin names are capitalized for the genus, and all lower case for the species. More on Portulaca here. Yes, they're very similar and are mixed up in the industry, depending on your locale and what is in common usage.

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