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SOLVED: Ice Plant

"down the Shore", NJ(Zone 7a)

This came to me as Ice Plant, and surprised me with yellow flowers... Any ID? Thanks, John

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Antrim, Northern Ire, United Kingdom(Zone 8b)

it looks like a Sedum.

Mark

Hello Pardancanda - I'm not absolutely sure but it might be worth looking up Mesembryanthemum basutoland.


Peter.

This message was edited Monday, May 6th 3:44 AM

Newnan, GA(Zone 8a)

John, there is a new yellow 'ice plant'. Azalea has one. I have to find out where she got it and stop by there. it's very pretty.

Durham, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

looks like Sedum spathulifoilium or maybe Sedum acre

"down the Shore", NJ(Zone 7a)

Thank you all for the ID's. I agree Mark, that it must be a Sedum. Peter, the flowers do resemble Mesembryanthemum, but I cannot find a photo of the one you mention on the Web. tiG, please let me know what you find out! Lilith, I grow Sedum acre, that is much smaller in scale. The other one you named has a more open, taller habit. Thanks all! John

Spicewood, TX(Zone 8b)

I don't think it's a sedum, but a Delosperma.

Spicewood, TX(Zone 8b)

Found it! I knew I'd had this one before ~ Delosperma nubigenum.

I agree with Wingnut. It's Delosperma nubigenum. Check out the picture on this page:

http://www.homefarm100.fsnet.co.uk/Delosperma%20nubigenum.html

dave

"down the Shore", NJ(Zone 7a)

Agreed, looks like the photos of Delosperma nubigenum. Thanks Wingnut and Dave. I do seem to recall that Mesembryanthemum is another Genus name no longer in use... will go check your other posting Wingnut... John

Jonesboro, GA(Zone 7b)

I hope the yellow Ice Plant that I bought turns out this pretty - it hasn't bloomed yet. But my dil just returned from Calif, and brought me a pale pink one and a bright orange one - can't wait til they all start to bloom - my hot pink one is blooming bit time!! Didn't know they came in so many colors. I notice there is a difference in the size of the leaves on each of them.

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