The genus Aizoacee includes one hundred species of semirus-like, succulent, dwarf perennials. Very common, easy to grow and fast growing. L. comes from South Africa. It can be grown in flower beds, on window sills and in rock gardens.
Tips in pills
The flowers: bloom from May to September, are similar to flower heads with bright colors and last a week. The flowers open only if in full sun.
Exposure: it must be bright and sunny, possibly in full sun.
Temperature: in winter you must prevent the temperature from falling below ten degrees.
Watering: from late March to September they must be scarce, to avoid excess water and to wet when the surface of the compost begins to dry. The soil must be kept almost dry from October to the end of March.
Fertilization: every two three weeks dilute the liquid fertilizer in the water.