This native succulent is found at the coast. I saw it on a cliff above rocks when we took the coast route from Dunedin to Waihola on our way home. We stopped at one of the many beaches, 25 October 2020. New Zealand.
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Disphyma australe subsp. australe
synonym: Mesembryanthemum australe
New Zealand ice plant. Māori name: horokaka
The ice plant has spread in large patches on the cliff.
I was pleased to find it in flower. They were pale pink.
I was intrigued how it spread over the cliff face.
Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2020)