Rosea Ice Plant
Synonym: Mesembryanthemum hispidum
These leaves and the stems are covered with papillae looking like dew drops or glassy beads, glittering in the sun, hence the common name. Flowers are profuse and a rich purple or lavender. Blooming in summer, this plant forms a dazzling mound of color for the well-drained garden.
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