Ice Plant - Box of 24
Ice Plant Care :
All varieties of ice plants grow and bloom best in full sun Their flowers tend to open to their fullest extent under sunny conditions. And sunshine helps to stop the plant from becoming leggy.
The key to growing ice plants is to provide sandy (or gravelly), well-draining soil with a neutral soil PH. This plant is fine in soil that's low on nutrients. But avoid clay soil and anywhere else that might cause the plant to sit in water. Ice plants will rot and die if they're left in wet soil for a prolonged period.
As succulents, established ice plants are extremely tolerant of drought. However, they do prefer regular watering roughly once a week, especially during the hottest part of summer. If you're growing your ice plants in a container, you'll likely have to water them slightly more often than those planted in the ground. Allow the soil to dry out between watering in the winter when ice plants are somewhat dormant. Water seedlings regularly to keep the soil moist but not wet.