Native to eastern Australia, this trailing succulent produces fleshy green leaves that grow to about 10cm long, and produce light purple daisy-like flowers in spring. They make ideal groundcover, particularly in coastal areas, they like sandy soil, and don't mind salty water.
Common Names: Angular sea-fig, Pigface
Height: Trailing plant with leaves approx 10cm long.
Light: Full sun to partial shade
Water: Requires well-drained soil, and only moderate watering. The soil should be allowed to dry between watering, rather than kept perpetually damp.
Flowers: Produces a daisy-like light purple flower, which grows to about 6cm diameter.
Propagation: Removing and replanting stems.
Care: Very low-maintenance plant in suitable growing conditions. Keep in well-draining soil, and protect from frosty conditions.
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