red maids (Calandrinia ciliata)
red maids (Calandrinia ciliata)
red maids (Calandrinia ciliata)
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red maids (Calandrinia ciliata)

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Description Red maids (fringed red maids, wild portulaca) is a low-growing, spreading succulent. The  bright pink flowers look lovely when grouped with other low-growing wildflowers. Attracts native bees. These spring annuals do not transplant well and should be sown directly into prepared beds in late fall or very early spring.
Plant Type Annual.
Flower Color Bright pink.
Bloom Period April, May.
Height at Maturity 12-15"
Plant Spacing 6-12"
Light Requirements Full sun.
Moisture Needs Moderately dry to moist.
Soil Type

 Sandy to loamy soils with low to moderate nutrient availability.