Calandrinia spectabilis (Rock Purslane) is a spectacular shrubby succulent with light to mid-green diamond-shaped leaves. It grows up to 8…
Calandrinia is a plant genus that contains many species of purslane, including the redmaids. The genus was named for Jean Louis Calandrini, an 18th-century Swiss botanist. It includes around 150 species of annual herbs which bear colorful flowers in shades of red to purple and white. Plants of this genus are native to Australia, Chile, and western North America.
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Calandrinia creethae, also known as Rumicastrum creethae, is a low-growing annual plant with prostrate stems and fleshy, elongated, often…