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Sep 5, 2012 11:19 PM CST
|A topic dedicated to the Portulacaceae family ( comon name Purslane family).
Common name : Kiss Me Quick; Chisme;
Location: Victoria, Victoria Co, Tx; - Date: 2012-08(August)-27
Habit: Leaves: linear
Seeds are formed in a tiny capsule , which opens when the seeds are mature
Location: Victoria, Victoria Co, Tx; - Date: 2012-09(September)-02 (same location like above)
One plant and details
(in the last picture above, the ruler is in millimeters (metric system) - 1 inch = 25.4 mm )
Another plant with many flowers
Note: The soil where I found the plants, is sandy soil.
Oct 3, 2012 8:56 AM CST
|I love this plant! A few months ago I spotted some in a crack of the parking lot pavement at the bank across the street. I pulled it up and potted it, mostly sand. Glad I did because about a week later, they repaved the lot.
It probably should go in the ground for winter, but where to put a 3" tall plant? I've only ever seen them in cracks in the pavement and really love seeing what a bigger, healthy patch looks like. Would you have a picture showing more of the area where you found this growing? I love your pics, btw. It's not easy to get good pics of this tiny native, great job!
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