Lewisia cotyledon

Succulent, dark green rosettes sprout thin stems topped by 1” wide, bright pink fragrant flowers. Gets to be about 8-10” tall. Native to the West Coast, including California, it is adapted to dryer summers so it can withstand less water in the summer. Needs excellent drainage. Great planted in a container or in the cracks of a rock wall.

Kelly Kilpatrick

Low-Average water
USDA Zones 6-10