Lewisia rediviva and varieties

The name rediviva tells of the ability of the plant to regrow even from a completely dried root - even a herbarium specimen. In the wild it dries out in summer, and with the autumn rains produces its tuft of narrow, fleshy leaves, followed in spring or early summer by the relatively huge, multi-petalled flowers, usually in shades of pink. In cultivation it needs that summer rest, so a greenhouse is its best home.
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Lewisia rediviva

Small, narrow, fleshy leaves and large flowers, white to deep pink.