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Trailing Iceplant (Pink Carpet)

Delosperma cooperi


Delosperma cooperi (syn. Mesembryanthemum cooperi; common names Trailing Iceplant or "Pink Carpet") is a dwarf perennial plant, native to South Africa. It forms a dense lawn with abundant, long-lasting flowering. It will reach sizes of approximately 10-15 cm tall, with fleshy leaves and a trailing stem that hangs down. This plant was spotted in Hongoeka bay, Plimmerton Porirua, NZ.

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New Zealand

Spotted on Oct 29, 2012
Submitted on Nov 2, 2012

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