Commonly known as the hairy dew plants these are sometimes mistaken for lampranthus. With the same growing habit and similar flowers they are easy to care for.
Best in full sun and free draining soils they are great outdoors in mild sheltered locations and coastal areas. In colder areas keep in tall containers/baskets and bring in for the winter.
Can also be grown as houseplants in a sunny window or conservatory.
The fussy leaves make for a really interesting plant.
When in flower they are smothered in pale pink flowers which open with the sun and close at night. each flower around 2cm wide.
comes in a 7cm pot growing well.
we advise potting on into a 1-2 sizes larger or with other plants in arrangements in free draining mix designed for succulents. Water well and then leave.