- Sunrise Plant Description
- Sunrise Plant Specs and Regions
- Sunrise Water and Light Recommendations
Anacampseros 'Sunrise' is a small succulent that is part of the Mesembranthemaceae family. A bright beautiful succulent with hot pink leaves and lime green centers. This mimicry plant survives in their native harsh environment by imitating their surroundings. It grows low and spreads wide looking like a patch of pebbles or stones. To trick and avoid being eaten by thirsty or hungry desert creatures. In the Summer time Sunrise will bloom a five petal pink flower growing from the center of its rosette. This succulent is a low growing plant that will do well as ground cover for a sunny spot in your garden. Best to plant in wide shallow containers.
Native to: South Africa
Zone: 9, 10, 11
Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost
Recommended light conditions: filtered light or part shade
Bloom Color: pink
Watering Needs Indoors: Instead of giving your succulents gradual sips of water throughout the week, give them a good soaking, to the point where water runs out the drainage holes at the bottom of the pot. Be sure to empty the water that runs into the saucer, succulents do not like to sit in water. Then let the soil dry out completely before watering again.
Watering Needs Outdoors: In the Summer water your succulents every two weeks, by soaking them and letting them dry before watering again. In the Winter water your succulents once a month.
Technical Information About This Plant
- Requires bright light for most of the day. Or constant dappled shade.
- Best to water every 2 weeks.
So beautiful! I've had it a little over a week and there is already new growth!!
This little plant is so pretty and delicate. It was packaged well and I received it in a timely manner from the date of purchase. I will definitely buy from this company again.
The succulent arrived well packeted for travel. Was in healthy condition with vibrant coloring & has done very well with re planting.
Thank you for my new awesome succulent. My husband named her Betty.
Tiny succulents arrived in no time ( I live in town)
The babies are thriving and have almost doubled in size.
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