Delosperma napiforme (Mestoklema macrorrhizum) is a dwarf perennial plant with white flowers, Native to the islandRéunion and Madagascar
Description: Delosperma napiforme (better known by its synonym Mestoklema macrorrhizum) is a dwarf succulent endemic to the island of La Réunion. The tuberous roots develop underground but can eventually be elevated in caudiciform fashion. It produces white flowers in summer. Habit: It is a perennial succulent subshrub with many creeping stems emerging from the base. After a while the apex of the older branches dry up almost completely and the plant is forced to put forth new branches directly from the carrot root or from the pieces of old branch bases.