Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum is a species of succulent plant in the genus Mesembryanthemum known by the common name slenderleaf iceplant. It is native to Israel, Palestine, and Jordan, as also endemic to southern Africa.
Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum is a succulent plant in the ice plant family known by the common name slender-leaf iceplant. This is a usually annual herb (terophyte) forming a mostly prostrate clump or mat of stems up to about 20 centimeters in maximum length, without a basal vegetative rosette. The small stem branches are lined with knob-like cylindrical fleshy leaves up to 2 centimetres long. The herbage is glaucous-green to bright red and visibly covered with colourless shining, bubble-like papillae (large, white, glistening bladder cells or water vesicles). The flowers are solitary or borne in loose clusters. Each is about half a centimeter wide with many narrow to thready white or pale yellow petals. The fruit is a capsule which opens when it becomes wet, releasing seeds.