these i call "sticky fingers" even though they are not sticky at all.
the texture is rubbery and looks like the surface has glass dew drops (see pic).
they grow trailing down. one pic shows them almost reddish. this is from lack of water, but despite of that they just seem to stay alive and keep growing.
you will get 3 cutting, each about 5 inch long.
so dainty and eye-catchy!
Delosperma ice plants are low-growing ground cover type succulents that produce brightly colored, daisy-like flowers all summer. They prefer dry sandy or gravelly soil that drains well. Sand must be added to heavy clay soil before planting and should be added to average soils as well. This plant does not do well in damp soil. Ice plants grow to 6 inches tall and 2 feet wide with shiny, purple flowers. The Kelaidis or Mesa Verde ice plant is hardy to USDA zone 4 and produces salmon-colored flowers. Ice plant Delosperma floribundum "Starburst" grows to 3 inches tall and 1-1/2 feet wide. Its blooms are dark lilac with white centers. Cooperi and floribundum are both hardy to zone 6. All ice plant varieties plant need at least six to eight hours of direct sunlight each day.
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Ice plant foliage is covered in transparent flakes that shimmer like ice.