Definition of ice plant in English:

ice plant

Syllabification: ice plant

noun

Either of two succulent plants that are widely cultivated for their flowers.
  • a South African plant that has leaves covered with glistening fluid-filled hairs that resemble ice crystals (genera Mesembryanthemum and Dorotheanthus, family Aizoaceae, in particular M. crystallinum).an Asian stonecrop that bears domed heads of tiny pink flowers (Sedum spectabile, family Crassulaceae).
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  • The ice plant's lime green foliage contrasts strongly with prickly silver mats of neighboring pinks.
  • Expression of McHAK2 and McHAK3 was stimulated in leaves of the ice plant in response to high salinity.
  • If you want to attract butterflies to your garden in late summer and autumn, look no further than the ice plant, a perennial which has pretty domed heads of pink flowers above thick, succulent leaves.

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