This plant has a mild fragrance
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Cliff Spurflower Overview
A subspecies of P. purpuratus that has purple underneath the leaves under certain conditions. It is a useful succulent groundcover that grows in shade and semi-shade often described as 'dry shade'. They grow happily underneath trees.
Common problems with Cliff Spurflower
How to propagate Cliff Spurflower
Sow seed in Spring as the days warm up.
Make cuttings from the fleshy stems and strip the bottom leaves. Plant in pottingsoil to root.
The stems form new roots where the touch the soil. Remove and replant into a new area.
Special features of Cliff Spurflower
White with bluish tube
Other uses of Cliff Spurflower
A useful succulent groundcover.