Talinums are generally considered weeds; they produce seed very easily and in abundance and do not have to be cross-pollinated. This Talinum species, however, is an exception, because it does need to be cross-pollinated in order to produce seed. It is a caudex plant which comes from Guadaloupe, an island in the eastern Caribbean Sea.
This plant is rare in cultivation; it requires plenty of sun to produce a nice compact plant. Without flowers it could easily be mistaken for an Echiverea.

Talinum guadelupense


Talinum guadelupense