Grahamia Coahuilensis - Caudex Forming Succulent
A succulent perennial from Mexico, once listed as Anacampseros and now placed in its own genus, differing in that Grahamia has tuberous roots. A small growing species, it can grow to around 10 cm tall. Small succulent leaves are produced from a small caudex in a rosette form, and pink flowers, around 4 cm in diameter, often bigger than the plant itself appear in summer.
Grow in light shade.
Typically keep above 5°C, but reported to be able to withstand -5°C for short periods.