Deep-pink 1/2 inch wide flowers open in the afternoon from June through September on branched flowering stems of this tiny plant, basal rosettes of thin fleshy 1-2 inch long leaves, a true succulent with almost no root system, drought tolerant, a great rock garden plant, attracts pollinators found on rock outcrops and dry sandy soils.
3-8 inch tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 5b-9b
Native Range: se. PA, WV, & south to TN, KY, AL & GA. Rare in KY, MD, PA & TN
Germination - Moderately Difficult: >Sow outdoors in early fall or 2M warm, 2M cold stratification. Germinates under cool temperatures.