Anacampseros is a genus in the family of Anacampserotaceae. It is widespread in southern Africa, a species can also be found in Australia. The slow growing succulent grows herbaceous.
The flowering time is approximately from June to September. During this time pink flowers appear, which usually only opens briefly in sunshine.
A sunny location is optimal for Anacampseros.
The substrate should have mineral elements in combination with cactus and succulent soil.
It is important to make sure that excess water can drain off well and the substrate can dry off before the next watering.
You can fertilize about once a month, i.e. about every four weeks.
In summer, the succulents can be placed outside after they have
gradually become accustomed to direct sunlight. They should be
brought back into the house at temperatures below 10°C.
In winter the temperature should be around 10°C. No fertilization is necessary and watering is heavily reduced to completely stopped. The colder the plant is located, the less watering is needed.