|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.|
|Flower Color||Bright pink.|
|Bloom Period||April, May.|
|Height at Maturity||12-15"|
|Light Requirements||Full sun.|
|Moisture Needs||Moderately dry to moist.|
Sandy to loamy soils with low to moderate nutrient availability.