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Lampranthus spectabilis 1

Lampranthus spectabilis

Trailing Ice Plant (english)

Taxonomy:

Family AIZOACEAE
Genus Lampranthus
Specie spectabilis
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Basionym Lampranthus spectabilis

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Description:

Lampranthus spectabilis is a hardy, evergreen, fast-growing, drought-resistant, succulent plant that forms a dense, trailing carpet of finger-like, succulent, grey-green leaves.

It bears glistening, pink to purple flowers that will light up a sunny corner of the garden.They bloom in early spring and early summer and attract pollinating insects to the garden.The butterflies flutter around, sipping nectar from the flowers.

This plant looks beautiful growing in amongst rocks or trailing over walls.

Plant in well-drained soil in full sun, as the flowers close in low light.

Size: up to 45cm

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Distribution:

Eastern Cape

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