Portulaca umbraticola, also known as the wingpod purslane, is a perennial succulent in the genus of flowering plants 'Portulaca.' It is known for attracting bees, butterflies/moths and other pollinators. It has nectar/pollen rich flowers.
Portulaca umbraticola, commonly known as wingpod purslane, is a small, succulent annual or short-lived perennial with fleshy foliage and colourful blooms that vary in colour, from tangerine oranges to hot reds and pinks. It’s particularly suited to growing from seed then planting out in pots and containers, or in colourful summer and autumn bedding schemes. It’ll thrive in the hottest, brightest sun and is renowned for its drought tolerance. Invasive in North America.