What is the plant
Produces a low growing display in full sun on beds, borders, dry banks or rockeries. Dorotheanthus (formerly Mesembryanthemum) has long-lasting flower heads. Flowers of Mesembryanthemum close the flowers at night to protect them from dews or frosts but open in sunlight. Flowers are single in a wide range of colours from white through shocking pink to orange. Low growing, compact and tolerates dry conditions. Brilliant array of colours on plants which open in the sun. Great for ground cover and/or rockeries. The leaves are grey-green, thick and succulent, and the flowers come in bright shades of pink, white, yellow green and orange. The flowers petals close at night and open on sunny days. Prefers well drained soil in a sunny position. Drought tolerant. Grows to 20cm in height and 45cm in width
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