Also known as:
- Delosperma cooperi 'Mesa Verde'
- Mesa Verde® Ice Plant
perennial, cactus / succulent, groundcover
clay, average, lean, well-drained, gritty
even moisture, regular, occasional, low, dry in summer
sun, mostly sun
spring, summer, fall
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Description by: Plant Delights Nursery, Inc
Raleigh, North Carolina
ServicesMail Order Nursery
This marvelous ice plant appeared in 1998 as a seedling or mutation in a patch of dwarf alpine collections of Delosperma cooperi (probably crossed with Delosperma nubigenum) at the Denver Botanic Gardens. The succulent, jellybean-like leaves are topped with stunning salmon-pink flowers from spring to fall. Delosperma 'Kelaidis' is perfect for the rock garden where a low groundcover for a hot, dry site is needed. Our plants formed a stunning 3' wide patch in 3 years. Well-drained soils are very important for good performance. PP 13,876
Description by: Xera Plants
ServicesRetail Nursery Wholesale Nursery
Excellent cold hardy Ice Plant with beautiful apricot-pink flowers en mass for months on end in summer. 'Mesa Verde' is possibly easiest to grow iceplant in ourwinter-wet climate. Full sun and well drained soil. To 2" tall and spreading quickly to 18" wide if provided occasional summer water. Does extremely well on slopes or slight inclines in soil that is slightly enriched. Perfect with Agastaches and Penstemon.
Description by: Little Prince of Oregon
Metallic salmon-pink flowers. arc
Description by: Plant Select®
ServicesGardens and Educators
This iridescent, salmon-pink-flowered sport appeared among plants of a dwarf, alpine form of Delosperma cooperi at Denver Botanic Gardens in 1997. It is vigorous, compact and floriferous. Perennial. Garden loam, clay to gravely soils. USDA zones 4b-8 (up to 7,000').