Carpobrotus glaucescens, commonly known as angular sea-fig or pigface, is a species of flowering plant in the ice plant family. It is a succulent coastal groundcover native to temperate eastern Australia. The succulent leaves are 3.5–10 cm long and 9–15 mm wide, straight or slightly curved

  • Full sun
  • Pink flower
  • Various soils
  • Height 40cm
  • Fruit eaten raw or cooked when red
  • Cultural uses

Pigface - Carpobrotus Glaucescens