Portulaca molokiniensis variegata
Portulaca molokiniensis variegata
Portulaca molokiniensis variegata
Portulaca molokiniensis variegata
Portulaca molokiniensis variegata

Portulaca molokiniensis variegata

$20.00

Portulaca molokiniensis, known also as 'ihi, is a succulent plant endemic to Hawaii. This plant is federally listed as an endangered species. It has small yellow flowers and when grown from seed may produce a caudex. The thick rounded cupped leaves are arranged uniformly opposite each other in four rows along the thick succulent stems. 'Ihi is a naturally evergreen small shrubby succulent with upright to trailing stems that grows to about 12" x 12" making it the perfect choice for a unique container specimen. Clusters of sunny yellow cupped flowers may be produced any time during the growing season, spring to fall, on well established plants.

Care Guide

Light: Bright shade / Direct sun

Water: Water when medium is dry.

Humidity: Average

Medium: Well-draining medium. We recommend using our Cactus and Succulent potting mix

Propagation: Stem cutting

Not Pet-friendly

Disclaimer

Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual plant colour, type, size and arrangement may differ from photo. As no two plants are alike, do expect its natural variation from the photos. This product comes in a standard plastic nursery pot.

* Terracotta pot in photo sold separately 

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